He hoped batting pitches in Pakistan would back their campaign to get off to a solid start in an effort to directly qualify for the 2023 World Cup in India.
He said that very good arrangements have been made by Pakistan.
“The Pakistani authorities welcomed us in a wonderful way and we got a lot of love here,” he said.
Recalling his memories in Lahore, Chigumbura said that he was at his best when he captained Zimbabwe in Pakistan five years ago.
“I scored a century and then repeated that feat against India. They are trying to adapt to the condition of Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. These matches are very important to me. The whole team will try their best so that we can come back after defeating Pakistan at home, he said.
Wasim Qadri, Islamabad based Senior Sports Journalist and Host Television show can follow on Twitter at @jaranwaliya