With Virat Kohli on leave after the first Test in Adelaide and Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma missing at least the first two matches, Waqar feels that it will be tough for India.
Waqar said that he is worried that players in Pakistan might face mental health issues if cricket continued to be played for more time in the COVID-19 situation.
Prior to the practice match, Sohail had a conversation with bowling coach Waqar Younis on the art of late swing.
India won the tie by 39 runs in Bengaluru but Sohail, captaining the then-defending world champions, was at one point going strong as Pakistan chased 288 for victory.
Dhoni has been on a sabbatical since the 2019 World Cup where India lost to New Zealand in the semifinals.
India maintain an envious record 7-0 against Pakistan in World Cups and has allowed the Indian fans to earn the bragging rights whenever both the teams have met in the mega event.
In a freewheeling chat at GloFans Twitter platform during 'Q20', Waqar revealed this while responding to a fan.
Waqar Younis, who has been keenly observing the sharp reactions on social media, advised the duo to meet up and sort the issue in person.
The Pakistan bowling coach claimed that it was the fourth time that his account got hacked.
Kohli was doing an Instagram live session with India football skipper Sunil Chhetri and during the chat the latter played a rapid-fire round with Kohli.
Some former cricketers and cricket board officials have said that the game can resume slowly and matches can be held in front of empty stadiums with proper precautions in place for teams and staff.
Former Pakistan skipper Waqar Younis has thanked his doctor wife and the rest from the fraternity for being the real heroes.
The 23-year-old, who is the leading wicket-taker in the ongoing series against Sri Lanka, has enjoyed a meteoric rise in just 14 months.
Waqar slammed a suggestion by Morgan that a used pitch had been responsible for England's downfall against Pakistan.