Pakistan Cricket Team holds practice sessions in Melbourne for the preparations of Second Cricket Test against Australia.
Pakistan spearhead Mohammad Amir is expected to play the boxing day test despite stiffness and a bruised thigh.
The Left-Arm Seamer Left the field during the first Brisbane Test on a motorised stretcher after falling on the Gabba Turf.
He appeared in agony but returned a short time later and continued to bowl. Amir was also hit on the thigh by a Mitchell Starc full toss.
Pakistan Batting Coach Grant Flower told reporters that there is quite a bit of bruising on his thigh.
He said that Amir feeling a bit stiff but he is all right.
Flower said he expected the team to field the same bowling attack in Melbourne that narrowly lost the gripping first test by just 39 runs.