PCB confirms Zimbabwe visit to Pakistan
3 3 ODIs in ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League will be played in Multan while 3 T20 matches will be played in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan has succeeded in establishing its identity on the world horizon as a peaceful, secure country: Zakir Khan
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed the venues and schedule of the series against Zimbabwe. The visiting team will complete quarantine in Islamabad, the series will be played in Multan and Rawalpindi, matches will be played without spectators.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has confirmed that the three-match ODI series will start on October 30, with the other two matches to be played in Multan on November 1 and 3.
After that, both the teams will play the T20 series in Rawalpindi on November 7, 8, and 10.
Pakistan Cricket Board Director International Zakir Khan said that the series against Zimbabwe shows that Pakistan has established its identity on the world horizon as a peaceful and secure country. It is learned that Pakistan has successfully overcome the Coronavirus epidemic.
He said Zimbabwe has been asked to bring its own 32-member squad for both styles of cricket, which will also play its warm-up matches.
According to Code 19 protocols, the Zimbabwe cricket team will fly to Pakistan 48 hours after conducting its first Code 19 Test from Harare. The second Code 19 Test of all the members of the squad will be taken on arrival in Islamabad.
Athletes and support staff who test negative in Islamabad will be allowed to start training. During this time, if a person’s report of code 19 test is positive, then he will have to spend 5 days in self-isolation and during this time, he will have to test 2 consecutive code 19 negatives.
The series against Zimbabwe will be played behind closed doors.