Once again Pakistan proved unpredictable team again as they lost to England by 15 runs in a low-scoring warm-up match before starting the journey of International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup in Colombo on Wednesday. Pakistan team, with a strong batting line-up that is up to number 10, showed no resistance against defending World Champions England. They seemed very comfortable against spin but started self-destructing soon. Hafeez survived a stumping chance off Briggs after a big charge, but slog-swept the bowler to deep midwicket of the last ball of the first over. Imran Nazir did the same a few overs later. Patel sneaked in a tossed-up delivery through Nasir Jamshed's defences. Asad Shafiq and Umar Akmal were in control before throwing their wickets away by playing needless forcing strokes. Pakistan could have won the match easily if Asad and Umar stayed at the crease for long but the batsmen let the team down by throwing away their wickets early. Broad was unplayable at times, getting short deliveries to straighten around off stump. He got Shahid Afridi nicking one such ball. Against Dernbach's variations, Shoaib Malik and Abdul Razzaq never looked like middling the big strokes that Pakistan needed. Saeed Ajmal, the world No 1, proved that why he is number one. He sent four English men back to pavilion while Raza Hassan and Yasir Arafat grabbed two wickets each to restrict the English team to 111. Pakistan looked uncomfortable against England bowlers Danny Briggs and Jade Dernbach and gifted six wickets to them for just 29 runs. Asad Shafiq was the only Pakistani batsman who touched 20-run mark beside him only four players scored runs in double figures. On a slow pitch with turn and bounce, Danny Briggs and Samit Patel did the early damage while Stuart Broad bowled a spell as he was unplayable at times and Jade Dernbach ensured that there would be no resistance from the Pakistan lower order and sealed England's second warm-up win. Change in winning combination and reshuffle in batting orders also play vital role in Pakistan’s defeat. If Pakistan want to remain in contention, they should carry on the same combination through which they outplayed arch-rivals India. Skipper’s strategy may help Pakistan back home. Umar Akmal again proved a liability for the team and failed to prove his credentials despite having the tag of the best talented player in Pakistan. He should be sitting on the bench in the tournament and replaced by Asad Shafiq. Umar, after getting so many chances, did not come up to the expectations of the nation that also cost him Test place in Pakistan team. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) should cancel his contract and sent him home to take rest. Pakistan skipper should have fielded the same team which defeated India in the first warm-up match. Head coach and the team tour selection committee reportedly have been advised by the PCB not to interfere in the team selection and the matter should be left on skipper. Hafeez went to chase the total without plan and if he has made any strategy for achieving the victory target then he could achieve it comfortably. The team’s over confidence has also let them down against England. Hafeez and players’ leniency and throwing away wickets unnecessarily helped England in defending 111 runs target. Hafeez should also step down voluntarily if Pakistan ousted from the tournament due to his mistakes. The selectors had also chosen incompetent team as the deserving players left out and provided their blue-eyed players with a chance to tour Sri Lanka. If Pakistan team fail to deliver then PCB must sack the selection committee member as these are the paid selectors and they should accountable for whatever they selected.