‘Restricted for Pak players during cornerback tour of New Zealand’

The 50-member Pakistan squad, which is headed to New Zealand to play the T20 and Test series next month, will face less restrictions than the tour of England at the start of the year. This is reported in the report. Although the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not allow players and officials to go with their families, the visiting team has fewer restrictions than England, according to an “Express Newspaper” report.

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The report said that after arriving in Auckland, the Pakistani troops would have to maintain a 14-day quarantine. Pakistan will play three T20 Internationals and two Tests. The New Zealand Council said it was trying to accommodate some observers after its government cooperation. The series kicks off on December 18 with the T20.

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The initial quarantine, players and support staff are left alone for three days and during this time they are not allowed to meet any group of individuals. Once the quarantine is over, another test will be done, and players and officials will be able to come anywhere as their ichs. At the same time, in England, the players did a lot of Kovid-19 tests and they too survived the quarantine.