Pakistan Cricket Skipper Babar Azam says the upcoming series against England will help the green shirts to prepare for the T20 World Cup 2021.

Babar said the English team will not be an easy opponent on their home ground. This is a good opportunity for World Cup preparation.

Pakistan's performance in the previous tours had been good, however, he warned of any complacency.

“Will try our best to continue the momentum and win the ODI matches against England,” he remarked.

The World No 1 ODI batsman said that the middle order is stronger with the inclusion of Haris Sohail and Saud Shakil to the squad.

“Living in a bio-secure bubble is difficult but we have adjusted ourselves to it now,” he said adding that, “Being Pakistan s captain is an honor for me. I am achieving goals I had set for myself.”

Babar Azam said that the support he got from his fans is encouraging and it gives him confidence.

Pakistan team reached Birmingham on a chartered plane on Friday for limited-overs series against England.

Soon after arrival in Birmingham, the Pakistan squad left for Derby where the players will remain in isolation for three days. After completion of three-day isolation, the Pakistan team will be allowed to practice in Derby for seven days.