Pakistan may be out of Champions Trophy but the national players can still gift its fans a lot - a win against arch-rivals India.
After being forced to train indoors due to rain, players got a chance to train in the open ahead of the Edgbaston match. A look...
Opener Nasir Jamshed (left) and Junaid Khan show how teamwork can help even during training sessions.
India skipper has already said that his team will watch out for Saeed Ajmal.
The spinner has take three wickets from two matches in the tournament, so far.
Another bowler to watch out for would be Mohammad Irfan.
The tall 31-year-old pacer has claimed four wickets so far and has been Pakistan's most economical bowler (3.68).
Take Imran Farhat, for instance.
The opener scored 2 and 2 in his innings against West Indies and South Africa.
The other opener in Jamshed has been left to build the innings in both matches and he had replied with knocks of 50 and 42.
But with scores of 170 (against West Indies) and 167 (against South Africa), coach Dav Whatmore (in pic) may have an uphill task against India - a team with several plus-300 run scores.
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