PAK vs ENG: Pakistan, England will resume cricket activities from December 8

Pakistan lost to England in the first Test by 74 runs

By Web Desk
December 06, 2022
Shan Masood and Mark Wood arrive at a local hotel in Multan - PCB

Pakistan and England teams will resume cricket activities from December 8 in Multan ahead of the second Test

Both the teams reached Multan after a delay of three hours due to bad weather. The teams reached local hotel with tight security. 

The two teams will take rest tomorrow before coming out for training on December 8. A squad member from each side will hold a press conference. 

Second Test of three-match series is scheduled from December 9 to 13 at Multan Cricket Stadium. 

It must be noted here that Pakistan lost to England in the first Test by 74 runs. The visitors outclassed hosts by playing an aggressive brand of cricket. 

The visitors amassed 657 in their first innings and declared their second on 264-7, setting Pakistan an improbable victory target of 343 on a docile track in Rawalpindi.

Pakistan fought gamely and reached 268 before being dismissed in an absorbing final session, Saud Shakeel top-scoring for the hosts with 76.