‘We will not compromise on health and safety’: Pakistan will seek guarantees before conducting a Three-Test series in the UK this summer
- England can face Pakistan if a three-match series with the West Indies collapses
- Organizing those matches is tricky given the current coronavirus pandemic
- Wasim Khan said no decision had been made and they would not risk the player’s safety
- This is how to help people affected by Covid-19
Pakistan will be looking for guarantees for the safety of players before going into details on the series of three Tests proposed in the UK this summer.
Sportsmail revealed last week that Pakistan had been approached by the ECB about the possibility of playing an additional Test, if the West Indies could not fulfill their entire three-match series.
But Wasim Khan, chief executive of the Pakistan Cricket Council, said: “Health and safety are of the utmost importance to our players and officials, and we will not compromise on that.
Pakistan will seek guarantees for the safety of players before making a series in England
“The situation in Britain is bad right now, and we will ask them about their plans.
“We did not make any decisions, but we will decide in the next four weeks. The longer our players stay there, the more they will be exposed. ‘
The first biosecure test against the West Indies is scheduled for July 8, but ethical considerations that allow players to regularly be tested Covid-19 while the test is not yet available to all NHS frontline workers are understood as one of the most pressing ECB questions needing to be resolved.
The West Indies might not be able to fulfill their entire three match series
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