- Pakistan quick bowler Haris Rauf, all-rounder Shadab Khan and uncapped teenage batsman Haider Ali have returned positive Corona Virus assessments.
Modified 23 Jun 2020, 00:28 IST
Three Pakistan cricketers chosen for their proposed tour of England have examined positive for Corona Virus.
Fast bowler Haris Rauf, all-rounder Shadab Khan and uncapped teenage batsman Haider Ali had been examined on Sunday in Rawalpindi and located to have COVID-19.
According to a press release launched by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), all three have proven no signs and had been suggested to instantly enter isolation.
Rauf, Shadab and Haider are thought of white-ball specialists, that means the three T20 internationals slated for August 29, August 31 and September 2 are their goal.
Imad Wasim and Usman Shinwari took half in the identical screening session and can journey to Lahore to hitch up with their team-mates on Thursday, having returned unfavourable outcomes.
The PCB expects to announce the outcomes of the assessments carried out on the remainder of the squad and backroom workers at native centres in Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar on Monday inside 24 hours.
Pakistan named a 29-man squad for the tour, which is ready to start with a three-Test collection on July 30.
The travelling occasion is ready to depart for England on Sunday, with Bilal Asif, Imran Butt, Musa Khan and Mohammad Nawaz named on a standby checklist.
Published 23 Jun 2020, 00:28 IST
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