Pakistan’s 6 players to be included in Covid-19 negative

Pakistan's 6 players to be included in Covid-19 negative
Pakistan's 6 players to be included in Covid-19 negative

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) informed on Tuesday (June 30) that the coronavirus test of six more of their players have come negative. In such a situation, now these six players will soon join the rest of the Pakistani players in England. According to a PCB report, the Covid-19 test of Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Rizwan, Shadab Khan, and Wahab Riaz has come negative. The corona test of these players has come negative for the second time in three days. Now, these players are eligible to join the team on the tour of England.

These six players were once again corona tested on 29 June. Earlier, the report of these players came negative in the test held on 26 June. Gay has said that PCB will now introduce travel arrangements for these six players.

Earlier the 31-member squad of Pakistan has reached England with 20 players and sports staff. The Pakistan cricket team reached England on Sunday (June 28), with several players being found to be Corona Voice positive. On the tour of England, Pakistan has to play three Tests and as many T20 matches in August-September.

The Pakistani cricketer and his sports staff reached Manchester via a chartered plane from Lahore. After this, he was taken to the Warrior. Before leaving for England, 10 Pakistan players were found to be Corona positive. Of these, six were still stopped in Lahore.

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The visiting team will undergo an England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) investigation process before their isolation period of 14 days. They will be allowed to practice after completing the isolation period. The team will go to Derbyshire on 13 July.  

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Before Pakistan, England has to play a three-match Test series with the West Indies. The discontinued cricket due to Covid-19 is being restored with the series of England and West Indies.


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