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PM Imran Khan gives green signal to commence Pakistan tour of England

PM Imran Khan gives green signal to commence Pakistan tour of England

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, and the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) met recently in Islamabad. The two officials discussed the fate regarding Pakistan tour of England.

According to reliable reports, PM has given green signals to commence the tour and wants team Pakistan to tour England for playing Test and T20I matches.

As there were no cricketing activities in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, the fans were deprived of cricket and other sports activities. Imran has made the decision in order to resume cricket after such a long break.

PM Imran Khan gives green signal to commence Pakistan tour of England

“The prime minister advised Mani that Pakistan team ought to go to England for the Test and T20 matches as individuals wish to see cricket and different sports activities actions to renew regardless of the coronavirus pandemic,” a PCB official stated, based on the reviews on Hindustan Times.

Moreover, England and Pakistan will sign in to the first test on July 30th at the iconic cricket stadium, Lords.

Before kicking off the match activities, Pakistan Cricket Players will be staying isolated for 14 days. The safety precautions will be following by the players in order to avoid spreading the Coronavirus as much as possible.

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