Pakistan cricket team’s fast bowler Mohammad Amir will join Pakistan’s national cricket team in England. The news was confirmed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today.
According to the process before leaving Pakistan, the left-handed cricketer’s Covid-19 test has been taken at his residence. To be eligible to travel to England, Amir will require two negative tests.
As per details, Amir has replaced Haris Rauf, who had tested positive for coronavirus. As soon as Amir will reach England, the duty of reserve wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir would be suspended.
PCB has also agreed to send masseur Mohammad Imran after team management’s request.
If their first tests return negative, both will be moved to a bio-safe environment in Lahore where their second tests will be carried out on Wednesday, with the expected weekend departures.
It should be mentioned here that due to his child’s birth Amir initially pulled out of the tour. On 16 July, Amir was blessed with a second baby girl