England have announced their squad for the Test series against Pakistan. The squad that won the series against the West Indies has been retained. Bellow is details of England Squad Against Pakistan for Test Series.
England Squad Against Pakistan for Test Series
England have added six of the best and most experienced fast bowlers in the squad. James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Chris Vokes, Joffre Archer, Mark Wood and Sam Kiran. After which the most difficult step for the team management is to decide which bowlers to include in the final XI.
In addition to the reserve squad, Ben Fox, Jack Leach, James Bressi and Dan Lawrence have included. If due to Corona needs a replacement.
With same squad England team despite a 0-1 deficit in the series against the West Indies, England won 1-2 with a brilliant come back.
English players allowed to go home from biosecure environment after series win against West Indies. However, the players will return to Manchester on Sunday.
Witch England Team Players Included Against West Indies
England team played four fast bowlers in the third Test against the West Indies. These included Anderson, Broad, Vokes and Archer.
He also had Ben Stokes’ for part-time bowling. However, Stokes was unable to bowl due to injury.
The selectors have also expressed confidence in Jose Butler, who scored his first half-century after the Ashes series. And it was his efforts that helped England win the third Test.
Thanks to the victory in this series, the England team is in the third place in the World Test Championship. In the points table, India is first and Australia is second.
If England wins two Tests against Pakistan in a three-match series, it will overtake the West Indies with 296 points.
The England Squad Against Pakistan for Test Series consists of these players
Joe Root (captain), Rory Burns, Dom Sibley, Jose Butler, Ben Stokes, James Anderson, Zack Crowley, Dom Base, Sam Curran, Oli Pope, Joffrey Archer, Chris Vokes, Mark Wood and Stuart Broad.
The three-Test series between Pakistan and England starts on August 5
The next two Tests will be played in Southampton.