Pak vs Eng Test Series: England’s players infected by unknown virus

Rawalpindi: England cricket team is currently on a tour of Pakistan for Pak vs Eng Test Series. Test match series is to be played between Pakistan and England from 1 December. Preparations for this were being done continuously. However, such a crisis has come on the England team due to which suspense is being seen regarding the series.

According to the information multiple players of team England are infected by unknown virus. The news is that apart from captain Ben Stokes, 13 other players of the team are also in the grip of this virus. Currently the England team is in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. All England players have been advised rest.

Most of the players are infected by unknown virus

It is being told that these players were feeling unwell since last days. The England team will play its first Test in Pakistan in 17 years. Only 5 players of the team reached the ground for practice. All the other players remained present in the hotel. This means that somewhere most of the players are in the grip of this unknown virus.

At present, the team management has not given detailed information about this. It has also not been told why the England players are unwell and their numbers. But what is being said at the moment is that some players are unwell and have been advised to stay back in the hotel for rest.

In the absence of England captain Ben Stokes, the Pakistan Cricket Board had to postpone the trophy unveiling program for the series. According to the news, now this program will be done before the toss on Thursday. But the question still remains as to how fit the England players will be by tomorrow.

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