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Worcester (UK): Former Pakistan tweaker and group’s present spin bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed on Friday acknowledged that gamers have responded nicely to the new rules put ahead by International Cricket Council (ICC) within the wake of coronavirus pandemic.

The Pakistan cricket group is at present in England, acclimatising themselves forward of their much-anticipated sequence which incorporates three Tests and as many T20Is beginning August.

The guests are at present below a 14-day quarantine interval, following which they are going to journey to Derbyshire on July 13. They had began their preparations for the sequence with a two-day inter-squad scenario-based observe match performed on July 5-6 at Worcester.

“Despite the Covid-19 related challenges, the players have been exceptional so far,” Mushtaq advised pcb.com.pk. “We are trying to make them familiar with the protocols and they have responded wonderfully well. Players are coping with the new regulations with regards to shining the ball as well.

“Historically, spinners have used saliva to shine the ball now they are being taught new methods in lieu of the revised ICC rules and regulations.

“What makes me really happy is that the players and support staff are working together on team goals and objectives and I am sure in due course the players will be fully aware and ready for the new challenges as we prepare for what is expected to be a tough series against a strong English team in their own backyard.

“I am confident we have the players that can not only compete but also win the series.”

Mushtaq has wealthy expertise of bowling in English circumstances and that’s certain to assist the younger travelling aspect on this significant tour. He travelled twice with Pakistan’s Test squad in 1992 and 1996 and bowled some match successful spells, particularly within the three-match 1996 sequence that Pakistan received 2-0.

Mushtaq believes that gamers will want to encourage one another within the absence of spectators to deliver out finest outcomes.

“This tour is being played in extraordinary circumstances,” Mushtaq stated. “There are no spectators, there are hardly any journalists either to analyse the teams or the game. Players need to inspire each other, back each other and support each other to the hilt.

“I am happy with the start we have made; we are getting accustomed to the environment and conditions and still have a long time to go before the start of the series.”

The first Test will probably be performed at Old Trafford beginning August 5 adopted by the final two Tests at Ageas Bowl, which begin on August 13 and August 21 respectively.Worcester, July 10 () Former Pakistan tweaker and group’s present spin bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed on Friday acknowledged that gamers have responded nicely to the new rules put ahead by International Cricket Council (ICC) within the wake of coronavirus pandemic.

The Pakistan cricket group is at present in England, acclimatising themselves forward of their much-anticipated sequence which incorporates three Tests and as many T20Is beginning August.

The guests are at present below a 14-day quarantine interval, following which they are going to journey to Derbyshire on July 13. They had began their preparations for the sequence with a two-day inter-squad scenario-based observe match performed on July 5-6 at Worcester.

“Despite the Covid-19 related challenges, the players have been exceptional so far,” Mushtaq advised pcb.com.pk. “We are trying to make them familiar with the protocols and they have responded wonderfully well. Players are coping with the new regulations with regards to shining the ball as well.

“Historically, spinners have used saliva to shine the ball now they are being taught new methods in lieu of the revised ICC rules and regulations.

“What makes me really happy is that the players and support staff are working together on team goals and objectives and I am sure in due course the players will be fully aware and ready for the new challenges as we prepare for what is expected to be a tough series against a strong English team in their own backyard.

“I am confident we have the players that can not only compete but also win the series.”

Mushtaq has wealthy expertise of bowling in English circumstances and that’s certain to assist the younger travelling aspect on this significant tour. He travelled twice with Pakistan’s Test squad in 1992 and 1996 and bowled some match successful spells, particularly within the three-match 1996 sequence that Pakistan received 2-0.

Mushtaq believes that gamers will want to encourage one another within the absence of spectators to deliver out finest outcomes.

“This tour is being played in extraordinary circumstances,” Mushtaq stated. “There are no spectators, there are hardly any journalists either to analyse the teams or the game. Players need to inspire each other, back each other and support each other to the hilt.

“I am happy with the start we have made; we are getting accustomed to the environment and conditions and still have a long time to go before the start of the series.”

The first Test will probably be performed at Old Trafford beginning August 5 adopted by the final two Tests at Ageas Bowl, which begin on August 13 and August 21 respectively.

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