ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Pak Players Set off England


ICC Champions Trophy 2017

PCB has already announced the names of the players, who will play the ICC Champions Trophy in England and seven players of the national cricket team leave for England from Lahore airport. They will join the rest of the Pak team, which will reach from West Indies after winning the last test match in West Indies. The players, who left from Lahore airport, are Shoaib Malik, Umar Akmal, Junaid Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Imad Waseem, Muhammad Hafeez and Fakhar Zaman. Ahmed Shahzad will leave for England later and he will join the national team on 18 May in London.

Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed and seven other players will reach from West Indies to England as they were the part of the national team, who won the test series against West Indies. The national cricket team will play the practice match against Bangladesh on 27 May and the national team will also play the second practice match against Australia on 28 May.

The ICC Champions Trophy will be started from 01 June but Pakistan will come face to face against India in the first league match on 4 June and lots of spectators are waiting for the start of the match anxiously. Pakistan will play the second league match on 07 June against South Africa and third and last league match on 12 June against Sri Lanka.

 

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