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Will the England COVID-19 ban for Pakistan affect Pakistan’s tour of England?

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Will the England COVID-19 ban for Pakistan affect Pakistan's tour of England?
Will the England COVID-19 ban for Pakistan affect Pakistan’s tour of England?

The England COVID-19 ban for Pakistan restricts all Pakistanis to voyage the United Kingdom (UK). The obligation was denounced following the health scenarios in a few countries as the health experts had no choice, but to impose the ban for a few whiles.

Notably, the men in green are scheduled to tour England for a three-match ODI and a T20I series later this year. As per ICC Future Tour Programs (FTP), the 1st ODI might be played on 8th July, soon after the Pakistanis will be down and dusted with the Pakistan Super League’s sixth edition to resume from 1st June.

Will the England COVID-19 ban for Pakistan affect Pakistan’s tour of England?

Despite the England COVID-19 ban for Pakistan, the tour will proceed with no disruptions as the matches Pak vs Eng series are part of ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.

One of the officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reportedly stated that he will be in conversation with England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to reexamine the situation and plans.

Notably, the UK imposed a ban on Pakistan earlier this month for all travelers.

Here is the Pak vs Eng 2021 schedule:

1st ODI: Date: 8th July, Day: Thursday, Time: 5:00 PM, Venue: Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Wales

2nd ODI: Date: 10th July, Day: Saturday, Time: 5:00 PM, Venue: Lord’s, England, London

3rd ODI: Date: 13th July, Day: Tuesday, Time: 5:00 PM, Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham, England

1st T20I: Date: 16th July, Day: Friday, Time: 10:30 PM, Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England

2nd T20I: Date: 18th July, Day: Sunday, Time: 6:30 PM, Venue: Emerald Headingly, Leeds, England

3rd T20I: Date: 20th July, Day: Tuesday, Time: 10:30 PM, Venue: Emirates, Old Trafford, England

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