Hassan Ali believes there are few more scintillating sights in international white ball cricket than Pakistan’s blistering pace attack.
And he’s spoken of his hopes of forcing his way back into his country’s feared fast bowling line-up when Pakistan take on England at Edgbaston next summer.
England Men entertain Pakistan in an IT20 at Edgbaston on Saturday 25 May (11am start) in the second of a four-match series.
The contest is a re-run of last year’s thrilling IT20 World Cup Final when Jos Buttler’s men defeated Pakistan to lift the trophy for the second time.
“We know how good England are in white ball cricket and I know about my team – we are a dangerous side,” Ali said.
“We have a really good bowling side and seeing players like Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf running in is always exciting. And who knows what’s coming in a year’s time, maybe including myself.
“Edgbaston felt like home to me when I played with Warwickshire and the Bears so to play here for my national side would be special.
“It’s going to be an amazing match, it’s always exciting cricket when Pakistan play England and there are lots of great memories of Pakistan playing at Edgbaston.”
Fans can now enter our ticket Ballot for the best chance to get tickets to our Major Matches in 2024, including Men’s and Women’s IT20s between England and Pakistan in May.
Additional tickets released for first three days of West Indies Test
A small number of tickets have been released for the first three days of our Men’s Test against West Indies this summer (26-30 Juy).
Tickets are limited for these day and are expected to sell quickly. Early Bird tickets for Day Four are still available if purchased before midnight on 31 March.