England will play two Twenty20 internationals in Karachi on October 14 and 15 in their first visit to Pakistan since 2005.
Besides Naseem, Pakistan also included 19-year-old batsman Haider Ali, who performed well in the U-19 side, first class cricket and Pakistan Super League.
Fast bowler Jofra Archer was recalled by England in place of Sam Curran in the only change from the drawn second test on the same ground in Southampton.
Akram felt with England reduced to 117 for five, the need of the hour was to put pressure on Buttler, who was fighting for his Test spot.
Former captain and fast bowling great Wasim Akram too felt that Pakistan lacked flair, unpredictability and attacking instinct while defending the target.
Masood scored an unbeaten 46 on the rain-hit opening day of the first Test against England and featured in a steady partnership with Babar Azam before play was abandoned due to rain.
The Pakistan Cricket Board said that the will soon be making arrangements to send Amir and masseur, Muhammad Imran to England.
Mohammad Amir had initially pulled out of the tour as the dates of the T20Is supposedly clashed with the birth of his second child.
Pakistan players are currently in the UK, gearing up for a three-match Test series against England.
Junaid Khan stated England bowlers' reliance on reverse swing is less in comparison to the Pakistan pacers and that is why the visitors will struggle a bit more.
England's duel against Pakistan will be preceded by three ODIs against Ireland on July 30, August 1, and 4 respectively in Southampton.
The source said that the ECB could offer to organise a four or five Test series against Pakistan if the West Indies tour didn't go ahead.
England came into the Champions Trophy with high hopes and had won 11 of their previous 12 ODIs before Wednesday's reverse.
Eoin Morgan insisted his side would stay true to their attacking style after an eight-wicket thrashing by Pakistan.
Waqar slammed a suggestion by Morgan that a used pitch had been responsible for England's downfall against Pakistan.