Pakistan’s visit to West India: The players of the Pakistan national team, who arrived in the West Indies, will travel to Barbados on July 26 for a series of two games.
Pakistan’s visit to West India: Pakistan are currently closing the horns with England in a three-game series of T20Is and will face five T20Is from July 27th. The visitors will close the horns with the West in India in a series of two test matches starting on August 12th.
11 players are Obid Ali, Azhar Ali, Fawad Alam, Imran Butt, Muhammad Abbas, Nasimshah, Nauman Ali, Sojid Khan, Shahnavoz Dahoni, Yasir Shah, Zahid Mahmud.
The 11 cricketers, who will join the remaining test players in West India, completed a 10-day training camp and extension at Karachi National Stadium on Saturday.
Now the footballers will enter a biological bubble at the Lahore Hotel on July 22 before traveling to Barbados.
“Before entering a biosecure bubble, players will undergo COVID-19 testing on Monday, July 19,” the Pakistan Cricket Council said in a statement.
On Thursday, the players will take another round of the Covid-19 test to the Lahore team hotel. The final test will take place on July 24 before the player leaves in free time from July 26 to Barbados on the London route.
The first West-India-Pakistan test will be held in Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica from 12 August.
Meanwhile, in the first T20I, Liam Livingston won the T20I century by an English player rapidly, but was unable to get the hosts over the line as Pakistan recorded a 31-round victory on Friday.
Pakistan’s visit to West India: With this victory, Pakistan took a 1-0 lead in a three-game series. Livingston broke nine of the six and six of four in a 103-yard touchdown run, but the Pakistani bowler kept his nerves and won hard.