Former batsman Jonathan Trott has been appointed England's batting coach for the upcoming three-Test series against Pakistan, starting Wednesday.
The 39-year-old, who scored 3835 runs in 52 Tests between 2009-2015 for England, will be joined by former New Zealand spinner Jeetan Patel and Warwickshire seamer Graeme Welch, the BBC reported.
Trott, who played 68 ODIs and seven T20 matches, has scored 18,662 runs in first-class cricket.
England and Pakistan will lock horns in a three-match Test series starting Wednesday at the Old Traford in Manchester, followed by the next two games in the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
England won the recently-concluded three-Test series, that mark the resumption of international cricket, against West Indies 2-1.
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Sarfaraz didn't get to bat but in the final overs, in a pressure situation, he was seen advising Azam.
Large parts of the cricketing world rallied to England's cause, with the West Indies, Pakistan, Ireland and Australia all going ahead with scheduled tours.