Pakistan's team will leave for England tour on Sunday. Now the question has been put on the participation of these three players in the series.
Bad news is coming for the fans waiting for the return of international cricket. It is difficult for three Pakistan players selected for England tour to participate in the series. Pakistan's three cricketers Hyder Ali, Haris Rauf and Shadab Khan's Kovid 19 report has come positive. These three players were to leave for England on Sunday with a team of 29 members.
Not much information has been revealed about the three players. According to media reports, before the test in Rawalpindi on Sunday, all three players had no symptoms of any kind. Shadab Khan, Hyder Ali and Haris Rauf were going to take part in a three-match Twenty-Twenty series against England on behalf of Pakistan. After the Kovid 19 report came positive, there has been a question mark over the departure of these players to England.
Series to be played in August
Earlier, Dr. Salin of the Pakistan Cricket Board called the series against England played in August as risky. Salim believed that the players of both teams have no experience of playing in such an epidemic, so there is a risk about the tour.
Pakistan has to play a three-match Test and three Twenty-Twenty series against England in August. The dates for the series between Pakistan and England are yet to be announced. England have to play a three-match series against the West Indies in July, only then will the host team clash with Pakistan.
Seeing the havoc of the Corona virus, England is organizing the series against the West Indies and Pakistan in a bio-secure environment. After leaving for England on Sunday, Pakistan players will practice for 14 days only by remaining quarantined. Not only this, in view of the threat of the epidemic, a team of 29 members has already been announced so that replacement can be arranged immediately if a player is found to be Corona positive.