Even the rain did not dampen Pakistan’s enthusiasm
According to details, Pakistan has started regular practice in South Africa to adapt to the conditions. At Centurion’s Super Sports Park, the players focused on batting, bowling and physical training. The coaches, meanwhile, valued the players in terms of local conditions. The outreach session could not be completed on the first day due to rain. The players had to leave the ground and move to indoor facilities, where the rest of the session was completed. Fielding practice was also done here along with batting and bowling.
Pakistan’s 34-member squad underwent a corona virus test shortly after arriving in South Africa, after which the players tested positive and were allowed immediate practice. Similarly, the host players also had a quaid test, their results have been negative, they have also started regular practice. The three-match ODI series between Pakistan and South Africa starts on April 2 in Centurion.