Former Pakistan captain and star batsman Younis Khan has been appointed as the batting coach of the Pakistan team for the upcoming tour of England as announced by the PCB on Tuesday.
PCB also announced that Mushtaq Ahmed will be the spin bowling coach for the series that will have three test and as many T20s.
The series is scheduled for the August-September window, however, last moment changes can be done due to COVID 19 pandemic.
The Pakistan officials also said that additional players will be sent to England in response to the global health situation in England because of global health situation and they said it is important to have capable coaches to provide efficient training and preparation opportunities for players.
The 42-year-old Younis Khan scored 10,099 runs at 52 in 118 Tests from 2000 to 2017, including a carrier best 313 runs against Sri Lanka in Karachi in 2009.
16 matches that Younis played against England he mustered 810 runs at over 50 with two centuries(218 runs at the Oval in 2016 and 173 in Headingly in 2006) and three half-centuries.
Younis has played a season for Yorkshire in the 2007 English County Championship in which he amassed 824 runs in 13 matches at an average of 48.47 making him an experienced player in these conditions.
A coach like Younis Khan is mandatory as his experience matters and he will guide youngsters on how they need to score runs against the pace attack of England especially in their conditions.