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Pakistan cricket team kickoff training for World XI series

LAHORE: Pakistani cricket squad will start its preparation camp from Thursday (today) for the up and coming three Twenty20 matches arrangement with World XI at Gaddafi Stadium here.

Players from the national squad have detailed at the camp to partake in the instructional meeting.

Pakistani speedster Mohammad Amir is probably going to miss beginning of preparing camp as he is in World XI

England alongside his significant other; the couple is expecting their first youngster.

In the mean time, spinner Shadab Khan is to miss the principal day of the instructional course for his dedication in the Caribbean Premier League.

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Prior today, head mentor Mickey Arthur went by Gaddafi Stadium to direct the game plans.

It benefits to specify here that Pakistani cricket group will play three T20 matches against World XI, booked

to start on September 12.

The other two matches will be played on September 13 and 15 separately.

South Africa’s Faf du Plessis will lead the World XI squad, which will touch base in Pakistan on September 11.

A month ago, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) administrator Najam Sethi tended to a presser and stated: “15 players from England, New Zealand, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Zimbabwe have consented to play the World XI arrangement in Pakistan, [however] India has declined to send its players to Pakistan.

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