The Pakistan Cricket Board is likely to charter a special flight to send its entire team for tours to South Africa and Zimbabwe to avoid any COVID-19 complications.

“The board is working on this option because the consensus is that sending so many players and officials on a commercial flight to Africa could be risky,” a source in the board said.

He also disclosed that the selectors would be picking players for all three formats for both tours and they will return home together.

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Pakistan is due to tour South Africa from late March to play ODIs and T20 Internationals in Johannesburg and Centurion and later fly to Harare for a Test and ODI series against Zimbabwe.

 

“The experience we had while sending the players and officials on a commercial flight to New…

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