Pakistan should hit the bottom operating in opposition to England: Misbah


Manchester, August 4

Pakistan should hit the bottom operating if they’re to have any likelihood in opposition to England of their three-Test collection which begins on Wednesday, coach Misbah-ul-Haq stated.

Six months since their final Test match, Pakistan go into the video games at bio-secure venues in Manchester and Southampton in opposition to an England crew that beat the West Indies 2-1 final month as worldwide cricket returned from the COVID-19 shutdown.

“We have to really come in this Test series right from the word go at our best if we want to win a Test series or a Test match,” Misbah informed reporters.

“We’re aware that England have a slight advantage, but if we’re alert and go 100 per cent in the first Test, that’s the only way we can beat England … otherwise we will find ourselves in difficulty.”

England have misplaced the primary sport in eight of their final 10 Test collection, together with in opposition to the West Indies, however Misbah stated the hosts’ newest defeat may have been as a result of lengthy break amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

“That was their first Test in a long time and obviously after that they played consistently,” stated Misbah, including, “…we should be ready for an England team that have had three matches of experience and won their last two Tests.”

Misbah stated his gamers had been mentally recent forward of the collection.

“But Test cricket is different,” he added. “Once you’re in, pressures build sometimes, but we’ll try to keep it so they’re mentally fresh regardless of the results.” Reuters



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