The Pakistani contingent of 50 players, who left for New Zealand on Monday to play the T20 and Test series next month, will face fewer restrictions than the tour of England earlier in the year. This was reported in a report. Although the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has not allowed players and officials to accompany their families, there will be fewer restrictions for the visiting team than England, according to the ‘Express Newspaper’ report.
This report said that after arriving in Auckland, the Pakistani party would have to stay in the Quarantine for 14 days. Pakistan team will play three T20 Internationals and two Test matches. The New Zealand board said that it is trying to allow some viewers after the cooperation with its government.
The series will begin on December 18 with the T20. In the initial quarantine, players and support staff will have to be alone for three days and during this time they will not be allowed to meet any group of individuals. Once the quarantine time is over, another test will be conducted, after which players and officials will be able to come anywhere they wish. At the same time, in England, a lot of Kovid-19 tests were done by the players and they also stayed in Quarantine for a long time.