A group of 25 Pakistani national cricket cricketers will continue training at the Lahore National Cricket Academy, starting from June, in preparation for their upcoming tour to England, a ESPNcricinfo report state.
The players will start training in pairs at the NCA before moving the base to Gaddafi Stadium, where they will gather in larger groups. The troops will then fly to England in early July. The players will be kept in a biosecure environment throughout, until the end of the tour in August.
“It seems that the Pakistani cricket team must remain under a tight bio-secure environment for up to three months,” said Wasim Khan, CEO of PCB. “Players will be given the option to withdraw if they are still not satisfied with the conditions that will be enforced. Full details will be provided in the coming weeks. “
Logistics on how the camp will proceed is still being worked on by head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis, in consultation with Dr. Sohail Saleem, head of the PCB medical and sports science department.
Pakistan will play three Tests and three T20I in the UK, starting in August. The tour hasn’t been given, because both boards worked out arrangements for players while England itself dealt with relaxed locking steps.
The ECB has explained to PCB about its plans to keep players in the biosecure environment, including quarantine two weeks after they arrive in England.
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