Imran Khan, Haider Ali, and another cricketer Kashif Bhatti will travel to the United Kingdom to join with their Pakistan partners. This is going to happen in the wake of restoring a second negative coronavirus test. These three cricketers tried negative on July 1 and 4, along with Malang Ali and Mohammad Imran. The three players and Malang will fly from Lahore on July 8 to join the Pakistan crew. This is as of now preparing in Worcester in front of the three-coordinate Test arrangement against England. The games start in Manchester on August 5.
Haris Rauf, then, tested positive indeed, however, he stays asymptomatic. Rauf is the main player presently despite positive tests among ten cricketers of Pakistan who initially tried positive. The Pakistan cricketers traveled only after they tested negative for the virus by the doctor for the second time.
The duration of the visit is from August and September and it includes three Test matches and T20Is. Every one of the six games will be played in secret.
Pakistan team also began a 14-day Isolation
The Pakistan crew has just begun a 14-day Isolation period at Blackfinch New Road, Worcester. They’ll move to Derbyshire’s The Incora County Ground on July 13 to quicken their readiness in front of the main Test. This will incorporate two four-day inner warm-up matches. They are booked to play three Tests and three T20Is away from plain view in an arrangement extending up to early September.
A sum of 10 players had tried positive when the underlying Coronavirus tests. They had been done preceding the crew’s get together in Lahore. Six players including Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Hafeez and Shadab Khan were cleared accordingly and left in a subsequent bunch. Just Haris Rauf, from the initially named 29-part playing crew, is yet to clear the Covid-19 test. In spite of the fact that he stays asymptomatic starting at now.