Pakistan arrived in Derby for practice camp

Pakistan cricket team has arrived in Derby today for their training and practice camp before their first Test, which begins in Old Trafford, Manchester, starting on August 5.

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Pakistan was under 14-day solitary confinement in Worcester, where they practiced and played two practice matches within the team and now arrived in Derby.

The following is the squad’s training schedule and media opportunities according to British DST:

July 14: A side member will be available for media interaction through a video conference call.

July 15 and 16: The team will hold training sessions in the morning and afternoon, beginning at 10 am and 2 pm, respectively.

July 17-20: The team will play a four-day practice match within the team.

July 21: A side member will be available for media interaction through a video conference call.

July 22 and 23: The team will hold training sessions in the morning and afternoon, beginning at 10 am and 2 pm, respectively.

July 24-27: The team will play a four-day intra-squad practice match.

July 28: A side member will be available for media interaction through a video conference call.

July 29 and 30: The team will hold training sessions in the morning and afternoon, beginning at 10 am and 2 pm, respectively.

August 1: Side travels to Manchester.