LAHORE Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf said on Monday that his experience and commitment will make up for his below-par fitness in the third Test against England. Yousuf said that he wanted valuable time in the middle in the match against Worcestershire but rain spoiled his hopes. The 35-year-old was unable to add to his overnight 40 as rain washed out the second and final day of the tourists match against Worcestershire at New Road on Saturday. It would have boosted my match fitness. However it wasnt meant to be and theres nothing I can do about it, Yousuf said. The fitness levels you maintain when playing first class cricket are entirely different from the levels of fitness you maintain when playing a few local club matches as I was in Lahore before arriving in England. I am not entirely Test match-fit, but I will utilise my experience as my country needs me, he added. Yousuf was recalled ahead of the nine-wicket second Test loss at Edgbaston but was not selected after arriving in England the day before the match. Third in Pakistans all-time list of Test run-scorers, Yousuf was initially omitted from the squad having been handed an indefinite ban by the Pakistan Cricket Board after captaining the side on their winless tour of Australia concluded earlier this year. Yousuf has scored 7,431 runs at an average of 53.07 including 12 hundreds in 88 Tests and against England has an average of 70. Ill do my best and will help and guide the younger players, said Yousuf. Lets see what the track is like at the Oval and I hope that we can bounce back and get back into the series. Pakistan are 2-0 down in the four-Test series following crushing defeats at Trent Bridge and Edgbaston where they were bowled out for record low scores against England of 80 and 72 respectively. Now, barring injury, he seems set to be recalled at The Oval, which has a reputation as one of the best batting surfaces in England although much still depends on the conditions.