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17 July 2021
The Pakistan players who have not travelled with their limited-overs side to England would be going directly to West Indies by boarding a flight from Lahore on July 26 to Barbados.
“The 11 players that will join the remaining Test players in the West Indies finished their 10-day training and conditioning camp at the National Stadium Karachi today,” A release by Pakistan Cricket Board said.
“The players will now enter a bio-secure bubble in a Lahore hotel on 22 July before departing for Barbados. Before entering the bio-secure bubble, the players will undergo Covid-19 tests at their respective hometowns on Monday, 19 July,” it added.
After the first round of testing, the players would undergo another round of testing on their arrival in the team hotel in Lahore on Thursday, 22 July. And post these two tests, a final round of testing will be conducted on Saturday 24 July.
This series will also mark the start of Pakistan’s World Test Championship 2021-23 journey. Both the Tests in this series would be played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica with the first one starting from August 12.
The 11 players who would be travelling to Barbados are:
Abid Ali, Azhar Ali, Fawad Alam, Imran Butt, Mohammad Abbas, Naseem Shah, Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan, Shahnawaz Dahani, Yasir Shah, Zahid Mahmood