Pakistan women’s team captain Sana Mir has expressed her team’s will to visit all out against England inside three One Day International (ODI) and three T20I series against England.
The 30-year-old said the c’s has practised well for your series.
Sana, who led Pakistan women’s team to two Asian Games gold medals this season and 2014, says she left the T20I team captaincy because doing so was the appropriate time.
On her role within the T20I team, she said: “I will probably be mentoring now, leading the group not as being a captain but as being a leader within the c’s.”
While commenting within the new T20I captain Bismah Maroof, Sana said the all-rounder is hardworking as well as a leader within they.
She has been within the team for last 3 or 4 years and she’s been performing and winning matches for they. So, I think she’s got got a great head on her shoulders and I wish her the best and I am very hopeful she could take the group forward.
Pakistan can play two practice games on June 15 and June 17. The ODI series will begin from June 20 at Leicester and end at Taunton on June 27. T20 will begin from July 3 at Bristol and end at Chelmsford together with the final T20 on July 7.
Pakistan women are ranked seventh from the ICC Women’s Championship table with 8 points from 12 games, while England women undoubtedly are a place above them in sixth with 13 points.
Squad: Javeria Wadood, Bibi Nahida, Sidra Amin, Bismah Maroof, Muneeba Ali Siddiqui, Sana Mir, Nida Rashid, Iram Javed, Asmavia Iqbal Khokhar, Anam Amin, Sania Iqbal, Sadia Yousaf, Aiman Anwar, Sidra Nawaz (Wicketkeeper), Syeda Nain Fatima Abidi.