Rain forces Pakistan indoors at Edgbaston
On a rainy day at Edgbaston, Birmingham Pakistan were forced to train indoors ahead of their Champions Trophy clash versus India on Saturday, June 15.
On a grey afternoon at Edgbaston, Pakistan were forced to train indoors as the threat of rain loomed large.
A security guard escorts Pakistani players to the Edgbaston Indoor Centre.
Standing over seven-feet tall and literally out of the frame, Mohammad Irfan walks in to the indoor nets at Edgbaston.
Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq on his way to the training centre.
A Pakistan team official carries a fruit basket for the players.
Left-arm pacer Wahab Riaz heads in to training, in anticipation for the India-Pakistan clash.
Shoaib Malik poses with a fan who drove all the way from Derby, England for the India-Pakistan clash.
Saeed Ajmal is set to practice his off-spinners in the hope of flummoxing the Indian batsmen on Saturday.
It has been a damp past few days in Birmingham. Seen here is a flooded car park at Edgbaston.
The threat of rain looms large for the game on Saturday. The ground at Edgbaston remained covered throughout Thursday.
Heading indoors, Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore walks towards the nets at Edgbaston.
Dav Whatmore trains with wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal, who has yet to fire in this tournament.
The bowling machine at the indoor nets being utilised by the players.
Away from the training area at Edgbaston is cricket artwork with cotton and silk created by Small Health School adorns.
Another artifact with cotton and silk created by the Small Health School adorns.
Sachin Tendulkar defines the Spirit of Cricket at the Edgbaston Cricket Centre.