The Pakistan Cricket Board is planning to not solely host Zimbabwe for a sequence in October-November but in addition launch its home season from subsequent month in a biosecure bubble.
“Dates are being finalised with Zimbabwe however tentatively they’ll come to Pakistan round October 10 or 15 and first stay in a two weeks quarantine. They’ll have COVID-19 checks earlier than beginning their cricket actions from early November,” a PCB supply stated.
The PCB is busy getting ready the protocols for the bio-secure bubble according to authorities SOPs, the supply stated.
“The biosecure bubble shall be relevant for each the worldwide sequence towards Zimbabwe, most likely the remaining 4 matches of the Pakistan Tremendous League 5 and the whole home season,” he stated.
Zimbabwe was initially scheduled to play three ODIs and three T20 internationals however they’ve now requested the Pakistan Cricket Board to rearrange just a few additional matches for them.
“Their ODIs are a part of the ICC Tremendous League Championship however they wish to play some additional matches as effectively,” the supply stated.
“Pakistan’s subsequent worldwide exercise after the sequence towards Zimbabwe shall be a tour to New Zealand in December after which they’ll host South Africa after which the Pakistan Tremendous League shall be organised adopted by one other tour to England to play a ODI sequence as a part of the Tremendous League,” the supply added.
The PCB plans to launch its home season from mid-September with the nationwide T20 Championship being held in Rawalpindi and Multan adopted by the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy first-class championship with all matches in Karachi due to the COVID-19 protocols.
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