- Proteas squad exams damaging for COVID-19
- Touring facet to start observe immediately
- First Check match begins January 26 in Karachi
KARACHI: Members of South Africa’s cricket staff have examined damaging for the novel coronavirus within the first spherical of testing conducting upon their arrival within the sea port metropolis on Saturday, the Cricket South Africa stated on Sunday.
“The Proteas Test squad has arrived safely in Karachi to begin preparation for their historical, two-match series against the hosts beginning on 26 January,” stated the board in an announcement.
It stated stated the touring facet underwent COVID-19 testing upon arrival on the staff lodge and has been quarantining of their rooms since then. “The team will commence with training as a full squad today.”
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Follow and coaching classes
Proteas squad has been allowed to observe and practice on the Karachi Gymkhana from immediately. The CSA stated media personnel won’t be allowed to work together with the staff in individual through the coaching session however the staff captain, Quinton de Kock, will deal with a digital press convention tomorrow.
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Matches and squad
South Africa final toured Pakistan in 2007 once they gained the two-match collection 1-0 and return for 2 Exams in Karachi and Rawalpindi and three Twenty20 internationals later this month.
The squad is as follows:
Quinton de Kock (C)
Faf du Plessis
Rassie van der Dussen