The former Pakistan captain will spend a week with the players at the training camp in Lahore before the team leaves for India.
Islamabad: Pakistan batting consultant Inzamam-ul-Haq has advised his players batsmen to be aggressive in the limited-overs series against archrival India later this month and predicts the team that handles the pressure better will emerge the winner.
The former Pakistan captain will spend a week with the players at the training camp in Lahore before the team leaves for India on December 22.
He says Pakistan has a lot of individual match-winners and whoever "shows aggression will succeed against India."
Inzamam was one of Pakistan's most successful batsman in international cricket before retiring in 2007 after scoring 8,830 runs in 120 Tests and 11,739 runs in 378 ODIs.
Pakistan is scheduled to play two Twenty20s and three one-day internationals when the series begins at Bangalore on December 25.