Fast bowler Muhammad Aamir has said that acclimatizing with the conditions will help Pakistan team produce good results during the Champions Trophy, commencing in England from June 1.

Allsportspk has received Aamir’s video interview on Monday in which Aamir discussed about recent tour of Pakistan team to West Indies and the team’s ongoing practice and training for Champions Trophy.

About his performance and experience of West Indies tour, Aamir said when a player performs well, it will certainly boosts up his morale. “Though the series was tough, yet I have bowled too many spells especially my long spells during the Test series, which helped me a lot in improving my line and length and especially my swing. This will also prove beneficial for me during the prestigious Champions Trophy in England.”

It is raining these days in England and Pakistan team has directly reached there to prepare well for the Champions Trophy. “The conditions in England are very tough but we are also training very hard. I hope such hard training and practice will surely help us acclimatize with the conditions and perform up to the mark against any given opponent,” the pacer said.

Pakistan team will play its very first match of the Champions Trophy against the arch-rival India on June 4. Aamir said that it was always said that the team, which handled pressure well, managed to win the big match. “Yes, Pakistan-India match is always a big and pressure match for both the teams. Our players are very keen to take on India after a long time, and I hope we will deliver and succeed in defeating them this time.”

Replying to another query regarding chances of Pakistan team in the Champions Trophy, Aamir said: “Chances are quite bright. Each and every player is keen to play its part to help the team register crucial victories. So I think with collective efforts and hard work, we will try our best to produce the best results.”