ECB to take govt advice on Pakistan series.

 
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Byline: Abdul Ghaffar

KARACHI -- The fate of Pakistan's three-Test tour to England still hangs in the balance but the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Monday that it will take government advice before making a final decision.

Following the coronavirus pandemic, the ECB had postponed all cricket activities until July 1 that also included the postponement of the much-awaited 'HundAred' event.

As per the research of Dawn News, the ECB is seriously considering resuming cricket behind closed doors but the future of Pakistan's tour to England still remains uncertain.

The ECB media manager Kate Miller told Dawn News: 'Planning for the summer schedule is progressing. All developments in relation to this are fluid. We are in constant discussions with all cricket boards who are due to tour England.'

As per the ECB Official, the Board will also take Government advice before making a final decision on the Pakistan tour. 'MeetAings will be ongoing over the next few months to reach an outcome of when...

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