England vs Pakistan: The Pakistan squad for the England & West Indies series will travel to Birmingham on 25th June via Abu Dhabi on a chartered flight.
The touring team will play three ODIs & three T20I matches against England & five T20Is & two test matches against West Indies. Pakistan team will also play two 50 overs intra-squad practice matches & will head to Cardiff on July 6 where the first ODI will be played on July 8.
“Pakistan’s Men’s National team will travel to Birmingham on Friday, 25 June, via Abu Dhabi on a chartered flight”, the PCB said in a statement on Thursday. “After reaching Birmingham the Pakistan squad will be transported to Derby where the team will spend three days in room isolation before resuming their training sessions from Monday 28th June”, it added.
On reaching Birmingham, the Pakistan squad will travel to Derby on June 25 where they will undergo strict 10 days of quarantine. All squad players will stay in complete room isolation for the first three days but after three days they will be allowed to train for the next seven days of isolation. After completing their 10 days isolation in Derby, Pakistan’s squad will then travel to Cardiff whether they will play the first ODI against England on the 8th of July.
On the completion of the three-match ODI series against England, the players of the ODI squad will travel back to Pakistan on July 15. Pakistan squad will then travel to West Indies on July 21 where they will be joined by the players of the test squad who will reach West Indies on July 26. The first T20I match series between Pakistan & West Indies will be played from July 27 to August 3 after which the T20I players will travel back home.
The Pakistan team will travel back home on the eve of August 25 from the West Indies after playing in two-match test series which will be played at Sabina Park, Kingston from August 12 to August 24.
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