The English Cricket Board (ECB) has prepared a plan for this year’s series against Pakistan. According to the plan, the Pakistan team will play 3 Tests and 3 T20 matches in Manchester and Southampton between August 5 and September 1.
On the other hand, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Executive Wasim Khan said that the Pakistan Cricket Board is trying to get the players to England at a time when they have the opportunity to practice after spending time in quarantine.
Following the outbreak of the corona virus around the world, sports activities are slowly resuming, and cricket activities will also resume in a few weeks. The series between Pakistan and England is scheduled for August and after the green signal from the Pakistan Cricket Board, the ECB has started preparations for the series.
Sources told Geo News that according to the interim plan, Pakistan will play three Tests and three T20 matches between August 5 and September 1. The first Test is scheduled for August 5 in Manchester. The second Test is scheduled for August 13 and the third for August 21 in Southampton.
All three T20 matches will be played in Manchester on August 28, 30 and September 1. Sources said that the ECB would seek clearance from its government after the interim plan, after which it would be formally announced.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief executive Wasim Khan says that the board is trying to get the team to England at a time when the players can get some training time after spending 14 days in quarantine.
He said that Pakistan Cricket Board is satisfied with the arrangements made by England and the players are also very positive about the tour.