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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) medical team has formulated stricter rules for starting the game after coronavirus. It has made it mandatory for players to check the blood and eyes of the players 4 times a year. At the same time, PCB has started preparations for the England tour to be held in July.


The PCB has on Wednesday allowed about 30 players to practice at the Quarantine Training Camp in Lahore. Players will soon be invited to this camp at the National High-Performance Center.

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Eye check required for game

According to a senior medical team official, currently, players involved in the central contract have to be examined twice a year, but the situation will change after Corona. Therefore, this decision has been taken.


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The official said that a blood test is very important for the health of the players. At the same time, it is very important to have good eye light for sports. He said,

“But due to the changing situation because of the coronavirus pandemic, we are planning to introduce tests at least four times in 12 months,”


25 players will go on tour to England

According to Pakistan’s head coach and selector Misbah-ul-Haq, only 25 of these 30 players will be taken on a tour of England. Pakistan has to play 3 Tests and 3 T20s in England. Players will be flown to Chartered Plains for the England tour.