International cricket starts in England next month amid the Coronavirus epidemic. The last international match was played in Australia in the second week of March. Since then, international cricket has not been played yet.
With a series between England and West Indies from 8th July, International cricket is ready to start. Extensive preparations are being made for this and the threat of corona is also being taken care of.
In this series, the ECB has conducted a coronavirus test of all its players and others associated with this game. The good thing no one tested positive for coronavirus.
The ECB will also conduct the Coronavirus Test for West Indies players in the next few days. After that, a practice match will be played between the two countries. While a three-match Test series will begin from July 8. The second match of the series will start from 16 July and the third match from 24 July.
England Cricket Board had conducted a coronavirus test of all the players, support staff, hotel staff, match officers, board officials, and members of the Venue staff in its team from June 3 to June 23.
ECB conducted the test of the 702 people. Out of those, not a single person tested positive for coronavirus. This indicates that there is no crisis of any kind on this Test series because the series will be played without an audience.
Pakistan team to visit England after West Indies
After the West Indies, the Pakistan team has to tour England. But 10 players of the Pakistan team found positive in the Corona Test. But Mohammad Hafeez in a private test tested negative for the coronavirus.
In such a situation, the Pakistan Cricket Board will again conduct a test of all the players, support staff, and board officials, who are to go to England later this month.
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