In front of the booked arrangement among England and Pakistan, the cricketers of the two groups; they have returned negative outcomes in COVID-19 tests held in the UK. The said Test arrangement will succeed the three-Test among England and West Indies. Beginning on July 8, which will stamp the resumption of cricket.
Following a right around four-month rest due to the coronavirus-incited pandemic; cricket is planning to continue on July 8 as England take on West Indies at home for three Tests. It will be trailed by three T20Is and the same number of Tests among England and Pakistan. After a 20-man crew have flown into the UK; England and Pakistan cricket crews breezed through their most recent coronavirus assessments.
14-day quarantine for Pakistan team in UK
England and Wales Cricket Board affirmed on Tuesday that Pakistan players tested negative since Sunday for COVID-19. The Pakistan group in the UK will be in a fourteen-day isolate in Worcester; in front of the series beginning on July 30. The entirety of England's players and executives, in Southampton planning for primary test one week from now against West Indies; likewise were negative in their third round of tests on Monday.
Initially, 6 Pakistan players, supposed to travel to the UK, were tested positive a week ago. They had to stay back at Pakistan and went for testing of COVID-19 for the 2nd time. Now, they have cleared the test and are joining the rest of the team in England. The PCB will presently encourage the movement of these six cricketers to the UK; where they'll join the crew in Worcester in front of the following month's arrangement against England. Shoaib Malik, who didn't fly out in the principal cluster of 20 players; will join the group in England on July 24. He will join in the wake of investing some energy with his family in India.