England looks like the hot-bed as cricket boards are deciding their ways to resume playing after a brief period of halt due to the pandemic situation. As of now it looks like cricket will resume with the three-Test series between England and the West Indies. The series was originally slated to take place in June but as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) had suspended competitive cricket till July 1, the series will take place in July.
Pakistan are also in readiness to send their 25-man squad to England for a ‘bio-secure’ series from end of July. The first of three-match Test series is slated to get underway from July 30 with the final match concluding on August 24 while the three-T20I series will run from August 29 to September 2.
ECB to send charter airplanes to fly Pakistan Test and T20 teams
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have made their provisions for the 18 international matches to be played in the country this summer. The board has already spent a significant sum behind hand sanitizers and will sent charter airplane to the West Indies to fly their team to England.
Now according to a Times of India report, the ECB has also planned to sent charter airplanes to Pakistan, to fly their Test and T20 teams for the series starting from end of July. The England Cricket board, is however, still to confirm on any such developments which looks highly possible.
The series against England will mark return of international cricket for Pakistan after a brief half due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.