Cardiff: Pakistan’s opening batsman Babar Azam said that he is physically as well as mentally prepared about the upcoming series against England and World Cup challenges.
Babar said that arriving earlier in England has helped a lot to become used to of the conditions.
Babar, who struck 101 runs against Leicester in a practice T20 game, said that he is pretty confident, adding that other team players are also in good form too and performing well.
Azam hit two sixes and 13 fours in his 63-ball innings of 101 at Grace Road. He put on an opening stand of 104 with fellow opener Fakhar Zaman, who scored 52 from 30 balls in a Twenty20 match against Leicester.
It must be noted that Pakistan is set to play five-match ODI series against England from May 5. The green team will then kick off two warm-up World Cup games against Afghanistan on May 24 and Bangladesh on May 26, before taking on the West Indies in their first World Cup match in Nottingham on May 31.