Being organized by England and Wales Cricket Board, the five-nation World Series will be held from August 5 to 13.
Along with the host country, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan are featuring in the series.
The series will be played on a single-league basis and the top side on the points table will qualify automatically for the final, while the second and third placed teams will compete in the semi-finals which, along with the final, will be played on August 13.
On August 15, the top performers from the four visiting sides will form a Rest of the World, which will take on England in a one-off T20 match at New Road, Worcestershire.
Squad: Sayyed Nihar Alam Shah (captain) (Peshawar); Malik Jahanzeb Tiwana (vice-captain) (Multan); Abdullah Ijaz (Lahore); Farhan Saeed (Karachi); Hamza Hameed (Hyderabad); Hamad Shaukat (Islamabad) Hasnain Alam (Lahore); Kashif Nawaz (Rawalpindi); Majid Hussain (Multan); Muhammad Matloob (Multan); Muhammad Haris (Multan); Muhammad Shahbaz (Lahore); Muhammad Zubair Saleem (Multan); Saif Ullah (wicketkeeper) (Quetta); ; Wajid Alam (Peshawar);Waqif Shah (Islamabad)
The following is the schedule of the Physical Disability T20 World Series Cricket:
5 August –England v Pakistan; Afghanistan v Bangladesh
6 August – England v India; Pakistan v Afghanistan;
7 August – Bangladesh v India; England v Afghanistan
8 August – Pakistan v Bangladesh; India v Afghanistan
9 August – India v Pakistan; England v Bangladesh
12 August – 4th v 5th Play Off
13 August – 2nd v 3rd (Semi-Final); Final
15 August –England v Rest of the World