New Zealand commander Brendon McCullum has communicated certainty of England's solid exhibitions in their intense up and coming voyages through the UAE and South Africa. Britain will play three Tests, four One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and 3 Twenty20 Internationals on their voyage through UAE against Pakistan. Taking after that visit in October-November 2015, England will go to South Africa for a full arrangement. The schedule of that arrangement between two quality sides is yet to be reported.
McCullum, writing in his section for The Daily Mail, "Britain have a few extreme visits coming up, to the UAE and South Africa, yet I trust they can flourish abroad. The UAE is a hard place for going to sides. You need to verify you utilize the new ball well, then bring your spinners into the diversion, yet England have the batsmen to score runs out there. When you do that, you're in with a chance." ALSO READ: Joe Root: The heart of England's resurgence in Ashes 2015
Britain have for the most part battled on their late visits to the Indian subcontinent. They played out of their skins to beat India in their terrace in 2012, however from that point forward it has been an exceptionally intense test for them. They had visited the UAE in 2012 for a three-Test arrangement and were positioned world No. 1 in those days, yet they were blanked 0-3 by a widespread Pakistan. Likewise READ: Ashes 2015: Ben Stokes demonstrates his playing qualifications with top-class five-wicket pull
Britain did bob back in the restricted overs leg to win the four-match ODI arrangement 4-0 and a three match T20I arrangement 2-1.
Nonetheless, the test will be harder for England than the last time as they will be tackling a group that is on rise. Pakistan are falling off a to a great degree effective voyage through Sri Lanka, wherein they won all arrangement in every one of the three configurations.