The England cricket crew is compelled to choose another playing XI after seven individuals from the group tried positive for Covid Tuesday. According to reports, three players and four individuals from the reserved alcove staff have tried positive for the infection. The group will presently be driven by Ben Stokes, as the greater part of the players will go through detachment.
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Britain plays Pakistan in the main ODI in Cardiff on Thursday, July 8. Britain captain Eoin Morgan had before said it would be too early to think about Stokes as an individual from the playing XI. The all-rounder was out of the crew for as far back as a little while because of a harmed finger. The remainder of the new group to confront Pakistan will be named later on Tuesday.
The Royal London ODI Series
first ODI: England v Pakistan, Thursday 8 July 2021, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.
second ODI: England v Pakistan, Saturday 10 July 2021, Lord’s Cricket Ground, London.
third ODI: England v Pakistan, Tuesday 13 July 2021, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
The Pakistan group has effectively arrived in England to play a T20I and ODI series and had stayed in seclusion in Derby after which they had begun their preparation. Pakistan skipper Babar Azam had said that the England series would be useful in the group’s groundwork for the World Cup and cautioned that England is certainly not a simple adversary. Captain Azam said Pakistan’s exhibition in the past visits had been acceptable, be that as it may, he cautioned of any carelessness.
Babar Azam (skipper) (Central Punjab)
Shadab Khan (bad habit skipper) (Northern)
Abdullah Shafique (Central Punjab)
Faheem Ashraf (Central Punjab)
Fakhar Zaman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
Haider Ali (Northern)
Haris Rauf (Northern)
Haris Sohail (Balochistan)
Hasan Ali (Central Punjab)
Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh)
Mohammad Nawaz (Northern)
Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper)
Salman Ali Agha (Southern Punjab)
Sarfaraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper) (Sindh)
Saud Shakeel (Sindh)
Shaheen Shah Afridi (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
Usman Qadir (Central Punjab)