ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan cricket team will be undergoing a two weeks training camp in June in England prior to their series as to get familiar with the conditions there.
Talking to APP a PCB official said the Pakistan Cricket Board(PCB) has decided to send the national team to England in mid June(June 14 or 15) for a two weeks training camp in order to make the players familiar with the pitches tracks and conditions there.
Pakistan team will be training in the Rose Bowl cricket ground in Hampshire England he said.
He said chief selector Inzamam ul Haq and head coach Mickey Arthur had given a serious concern over the team to prepare in England prior to the series.
The chief selector is most likely to travel to England to monitor the players he said.
Pakistan will play its first practice match against Somerset on July 3 to 5 while the second from July 8 to 10 against Sussex.
The series against the English team will begin with a test on July 14. Pakistan will play four tests five ODIs and a Twenty20 in its tour to England.