Pakistan versus England: Hafeez, Wahab, Shadab among 10 players dropped from Pakistan crew
Pakistan versus England: Hafeez, Wahab, Shadab among 10 players dropped from Pakistan crew 
Pakistani crew will be without some key players during England arrangement after they were dropped from the crew for being tried positive for cornavirus, the Pakistan Cricket Board has said.

The board's CEO Wasim Khan, in a video meeting with the media on Saturday, said that players and authorities experienced two rounds of testing.

"Eighteen players who had tried negative in their first round of testing have again tried negative as have 11 authorities from the group the executives," said Wasim.

Players Shadab Khan, Haris Rauf, Haider Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Rizwan, Wahab Riaz, Imran Khan, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain and Kashif Bhatti first tried positive not long ago.

Of these, four players were with the end goal that tried positive the multiple times — Kashif, Haris, Haider and Imran, though the staying six — Hasnain, Shadab, Fakhar, Rizwan, Wahab and Hafeez — tried negative the second time around.

Wasim proceeded to state that the six players, in spite of having tried negative the second time around, won't be going to England, bringing the complete number of players dropped from the crew to 10.

The group's masseur Malang Ali tried positive twice.

Waseem said that in England, the group will again experience testing inside the initial 24 hours of appearance.

"No inquiries have been raised by England over our testing techniques," he said.

Waseem said that bowling trainer Waqar Younis experienced testing in Australia and has been analyzed negative. Younis will fly for England from that point, he included.

He said the players deserted "have not been relinquished" and can rejoin the crew of 18 players once they have stepped through two negative examinations.

Of the five hold players, he said four — Moosa Khan, Rohail Nazir, Bilal Asif and Mohammad Nawaz — had tried negative and one — Imran Butt — had tried positive.

Waseem said Zafar Gohar will likewise join the group in England. "He has just been called for training," he included.

The PCB in this way reported the 20-player side in an announcement, with Azhar Ali to lead the crew and Babar Azam named as bad habit commander.

Pakistan's voyage through England is set to incorporate three Tests and three Twenty20 internationals.

The crew will have a 14-day seclusion period on appearance before proceeding with their arrangements in front of the main Test with two inward four-day warm-up matches.

It is normal that the principal Test will occur in Manchester in August however the England and Wales Cricket Board said the away from plain view coordinate calendar would be reported "at the appropriate time".

Pakistan is encountering a flood in coronavirus cases, with almost 200,000 proclaimed cases and in excess of 4,000 passings, while cases are falling in Britain.