COVID-19 Attacks on National t20 Cup players

Four players from Balochistan who were competing in the National T20 Cup tested positive for COVID-19 and were placed in a 10-day quarantine. All of the other players in the competition were asymptomatic and tested negative, and they will continue to compete.

As a result, the Northern and Balochistan match on October 6 has been exchanged with the Northern and Southern Punjab encounter. As a result, the Northern vs. Balochistan match will now be played under floodlights on October 9.

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The match between Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will take place on October 7. Balochistan will bolster its squad with players from their three-day Cricket Association Championship team. The players will be transferred from bubble to bubble, but the replacements will be subjected to CT-PCR testing following the PCB’s COVID-19 protocols.

On the 6th and 7th of October, Pakistan’s players and support staff for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 will compete in the National T20. They will move to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup bubble, which the PCB will put up following ICC regulations on October 8.

 

The PCB is still keeping an eye on things and is re-testing all participants and their families. In addition, the testing frequency will be increased for the remainder of the competition.

 

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Mohammad Hafeez, Pakistan’s seasoned all-rounder, has returned to training after recovering from the Dengue virus. Hafeez, a member of Central Punjab’s National T20 Cup side, has already missed the opening leg of the tournament owing to illness.

 

 

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Hafeez was sick with food sickness for the first few games of the competition. Thus he was unavailable. Upon his arrival in Lahore, he underwent a few tests and tested positive for the Dengue virus, forcing him out of the first part of the competition, which ended on Sunday in Rawalpindi.

The 40-year-old is anticipated to recuperate quickly and rejoin his Central Punjab teammates in Lahore. Still, his health and availability will only be determined after completing his first few solo training sessions.

The seasoned middle-order batter is a Pakistan’s T20 World Cup roster. The national team management will want to include Hafeez in the National T20 Cup to help him regain match sharpness ahead of the mega event that will take place later this month.

The National T20 Cup 2021’s second phase begins on October 6 at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Central Punjab, led by Hafeez, is currently in third place in the National T20 Cup 2021 points standings, having won four of their first six matches.

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