- All of the 24 members of the Pakistan girls’s cricket squad have examined unfavourable for coronavirus
- The workforce will depart for his or her South Africa tour right now, January 11
- The workforce is ready to play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals throughout the tour
KARACHI: All of the 24 members of the Pakistan girls’s cricket squad, comprised of 17 gamers and 7 officers, have cleared the pre-departure COVID-19 testing earlier than leaving for South Africa.
The ladies’s workforce will depart for Durban, South Africa right now, January 11.
The workforce will play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals throughout the tour.
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In a digital press convention earlier than the tour, Pakistan captain Javeria Khan mentioned that she may be very glad in regards to the revival of ladies’s worldwide cricket, including that the workforce is worked up about going to South Africa.
She mentioned: “the series against South Africa is very important for us as it will be helpful in the World Cup Qualifying Round”.
Javeria added that the workforce is ready nicely beneath the supervision of a international coach.
Replying to a query, the skipper mentioned that the 17-member squad is sufficient for the sequence of three ODI and three T20Is. “There is no need of a big squad for the short tour”, she mentioned.
Javeria mentioned that there is no such thing as a further stress of captaincy on her, including that it’s a mere duty.
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She mentioned that Bismah Maroof will likely be missed as there is no such thing as a substitute for a senior.
“There must be a women’s cricket league and I’m sure the PCB is working on that,” she mentioned.