The NatWest IT20 Physical Disability World Series 2019 will kick off from today where Pakistan will face hosts England in the opening match.
Nihar Alam will lead the national side which won the Tri-Nation series last year by defeating hosts England in the final at Worcester. His deputy will be Jahanzeb Tiwana.
Rest of the team includes Matloob Qureshi, Husnain Alam, Hamza Hameed, Saif Ullah (WK), Muhammad Shahbaz, Wajid Alam, Majid Hussain, Hammad Shaukat, Abdullah Ijaz, Waqaf Shah, Malik Kashif, Muhammad Haris, Zubair Saleem & Farhan Saeed.
The match between Pakistan and England will be played at Kidderminster CC Ground.
The Pakistan disabled cricket team had practice yesterday on Sunday at Worcestershire county club round in the supervision of head coach Muhammad Jawed with assistant coach Javed Ashraf trainer Rashid Qureshi and team manager Amiruddin Ansari.
Pakistan disabled cricket team management includes Amir-ud-din Ansari as Team Manager, Muhammad Jawad as Head Coach, Iqbal Inam as Coach, Javaid Ashraf as Assistant Coach, Rashid Qureshi as Trainer and Muhammad Nizam as Media Manager.
Afghanistan will face Bangladesh later in the evening at the same venue.
Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first. Here is the starting XI for the match against England:
You can find the live score from here.