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Pakistan Cricket Team Will Leave For England On 28th June | Board Informs

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Pakistan Cricket Team Will Leave For England On 28th June | Board Informs

Pakistan Cricket Team Will Leave For England On 28th June | Board Informs

Pakistan cricket team has to play three Test matches and three one-day series with England in August. Before the series, Pakistan’s players will remain in the quarter.

In the second week of July, international cricket is going to return from the series played between England and West Indies. England will host the series against Pakistan after the West Indies team’s tour ends. The three-match Test series between England and Pakistan and the Twenty-Twenty Series of the same number of matches will be played. Pakistan’s team will leave for England tour on June 28.

Pakistan Cricket Board has given information about this. Pakistan Cricket Board said that under the ban imposed for the team Corona virus, all the players will remain quarantined in Derbyshire for 14 days. However, during the quarantine, players will be able to continue their practice.

The selectors have selected a team of 29 players for the tour so that if any player becomes ill, immediately another player is present in his place. Pakistani cricketers have not played any competitive cricket since 17 March.

Malik will join the team in July

All-rounder Shoaib Malik will play T20 matches and he has been allowed by the PCB to join the team in England on 24 July. Malik wants to spend some time with his family. Due to international travel ban, Malik has not been able to meet his wife Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and one-year-old son Izhan for five months. Both Sania and Izhan are in India while he was in his house in Sialkot.

Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board had informed that fast bowler Wahab Riaz will be available for the Test series. Riyaz retired from Test cricket last year, but he agreed to return at the behest of the coach.

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T20 series between Australia and West Indies has been canceled

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October T20 series between Australia and the West Indies has been canceled

T20 series between Australia and the West Indies has been canceled

Australia’s October T20 series against the West Indies The Calling-19 epidemic has affected the international sports calendar due to the postponement of the T20 World Cup in Australia in November and this month. There is an ODI series against Zimbabwe.

Cricket Australia said the purpose of the three-match West Indies series was to practice for the T20 World Cup, but could no longer meet that purpose. “In light of this development … matches were postponed … agreed to do so.”

Earlier, the India-Australia T20 series in October was canceled. It has not been decided whether the T20 series between India and Australia will be held again. Cricket Australia recently applied to India to play a T20 series in the December-January tour.

The Australian team could be seen playing at their home ground at the end of November. A Test match will be played between Australia and Afghanistan from November 21 to November 25. Australia recently canceled a series against New Zealand and Zimbabwe this month.

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T20 series between Australia and the West Indies has been canceled

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