RAWALPINDI: Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah is anxious to address the public side after almost a year’s hole when they visit Sri Lanka for a two-match Test series one month from now.
The 36-year-old, whose past appearance for Pakistan was against the West Indies in August last year, was remembered for the crew for the Sri Lanka series following a year of battle with injury and wellness.
During the period he was likewise named in an assault case, however the charges against him were subsequently dropped.
“I’m appreciative to be back with the group and delighted in preparing with the crew today in the nets,” Yasir told journalists uninvolved of Pakistan’s preliminary camp for the series on Sunday.
Yasir flaunts an uncommon record in Sri Lanka and sacked 24 wickets when Pakistan last played them in 2015, assisting his group to a 2-1 series with winning.
The veteran of 46 Tests disregarded any possibilities of him being feeling the squeeze having being called after an extensive time outside the crew.
“There will never be strain about getting back in the saddle,” said Yasir. “I’m anticipating break my own records.”
Yasir was named as a hold in the Pakistan program for Australia’s noteworthy visit to the country recently. He, be that as it may, was not raced into the side because of a thumb injury.
The wrist-spinner, however, captained Balochistan to triumph in the Pakistan Cup — the nation’s head homegrown 50-over contest — which was held lined up with the Australia Tests.
He completed as the competition’s second most noteworthy wicket-taker with 24 scalps prior to going through a drawn out molding camp at the National High Performance Center in front of joining the Pakistan crew.
“I went to the extended camp at the NHPC prior and chipped away at my bowling with Mushi Bhai (Mushtaq Ahmed),” said Yasir.
“I’ve attempted to set myself up for the Sri Lankan conditions.
“We’ll likewise have a visit match in Sri Lanka. I’m totally ready and I’ve proactively played a series around there, so I’ll be sure.”
Pakistan will begin their visit through Sri Lanka with a three-day warm-up match from July 11 preceding taking on the home side in the primary Test on July 16 in Galle.
The subsequent will begin on July 24 in Colombo.