LAHORE - Former Pakistan captain Aamer Sohail believes that the Pakistan team would face different conditions during the Twenty20 World Cup in England though their win against Australia one of T20 would be encouraging ahead of the big event. Talking to journalists here during the inaugurating the NBP Twenty20 Inter-club Cricket Tournament here at the Bagh-e-Jinnah's Gymkhana Ground, Sohail, who is also director National Cricket Academy, said that soon the domestic cricket would come to proper line and the national first class cricketers would be good enough at the international level. On the regional academies, he said that work is in progress in this regard and the time it is completed everyone would be informed of the work done. Sohail further stated that Pakistan A team will tour Australia from June 22 and the selection of the players will come after the National Twenty20 Tournament. "About 36 to 40 top performing players would be picked for camp training, which will be shortlisted later." He said that the Pakistan academy team was to tour South Africa in September but the IPL 2, the organisation of the Champions Trophy and the busy schedule of South Africa team compelled the South Africa Board to host the Pakistan team. "They have now asked us for change of the schedule," he added.