After New Zealand, this big team gave a blow to PCB, Pakistan Tour canceled


New Delhi: Pakistan Cricket Board’s trouble is not taking its name, after New Zealand Cricket, England and Wales Cricket Board has also given a big blow to Pakistan.

English team will not go to Pakistan

The ECB has postponed the Pakistan Tour of England women’s and men’s teams to be held in October. Recently, New Zealand canceled the Pakistan tour a few hours before the start of the ODI series.

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The program was before the T20 World Cup

The ECB said in its official statement, ‘Earlier this year, we agreed to play matches in Pakistan for preparations ahead of the T20 World Cup. Apart from this, the women’s cricket team also had to tour Pakistan with the men’s team.

Important decision taken in the meeting

The England and Wales Cricket Board said, ‘The ECB met at the end of this week and it was decided that the women’s and men’s team will withdraw from the Pakistan Tour in October for the time being. Is.’

Care of player’s mental health

The ECB has taken this decision giving priority to the physical and mental health of the players and support staff. Due to the environment of Coronavirus and Bio-Bubble, the health of the players is being affected badly.

Concerns about Bio Bubble
The ECB said, ‘The mental health of our players and support staff will always remain a top priority for us. And in the present circumstances it becomes even more so. We know that there are a lot of concerns about visiting this area and we feel that if we go on this tour then there will be more pressure on the team. He is already under a lot of pressure by living in a control corona environment.

PCB again disappointed

The new chairman of the PCB, Rameez Raja, expressed his disappointment over the ECB’s decision. In a tweet, Raja wrote, “Disappointed to see England go off their commitments and not fulfill their promise to a member of their cricket community when we needed it the most at this time.”


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