Pakistan tour of England postponed until September-October 2021
When the resumption of cricket made headlines amid the COVID-19 epidemic, England became the first nation to host a series in a bio-safe bubble. Pakistan toured the English country to lock horns with the hosts for a T20I and Test series. Soon after England’s home series against the men in the green, the PCB entered into an agreement with the ECB, stating that England would visit Pakistan in 2021.
His series was scheduled for the early part of the 2021 calendar year. However, according to the latest reports, the series between the two countries has been postponed until September-October 2021. Meanwhile, England have already finalized their deal to play the series with Sri Lanka.
The unavailability of English players is the biggest reason for postponing the series with Pakistan. As per ESPNcricinfo reports, most of their players will either join the Big Bash League (BBL) or the national team to face India and Sri Lanka.
This was England’s first Pakistan visit in 15 years, and according to reports, the Three Lions would have to hold a weak ‘C’ side. Considering the unavailability of the players, both sides have agreed to postpone the event. In addition to this factor, the lack of international stars in England’s pool, affecting the broadcast deal for Asian sides, was also taken into consideration.
England to visit Pakistan just before 2021 T20 WC
Now hope Eoin Morgan And the company will face Pakistan with its entire team ahead of India’s T20 World Cup. It is because of the mutual bond between the cricket boards of the two countries that a series was planned from the tight-packed cricket calendar.
Furthermore, according to reports, England will clash with the Pakistan team for the three-match T20 series after dusting off their season in late September.
It was also sometimes said that Pakistan Cricket Board officials open up about how they want the veterans of the cricket world to go to their land. This will be a good time for his fans and will allow him to get more and more involved in the action.