November 10, 2020 7:01:22 pm
England’s Joe Denly and Zimbabwe’s Brendan Taylor will change Mahmudullah and James Vince within the Multan Sultans squad for the Pakistan Tremendous League play-offs, the nation’s cricket board mentioned on Tuesday.
Each Bangladesh spinner Mahmudullah and England batsman Vince had examined constructive for COVID-19 of their pre-departure checks performed of their respective international locations and had been dominated out of the competitors.
“Joe Denly and Brendan Taylor shall be changing Mahmudullah and James Vince within the Multan Sultans squad for the HBL Pakistan Tremendous League 2020 playoffs,” the PCB mentioned in an announcement.
Whereas England all-rounder Denly should clear the COVID-19 take a look at earlier than becoming a member of the crew, Zimbabwe wicketkeeper-batsman Taylor is at present in Pakistan for the T20I matches and can be part of the Sultans after the conclusion of the collection.
Denly couldn’t play for the Sultans as a consequence of nationwide responsibility final yr, whereas Taylor performed for Lahore Qalandars in an earlier PSL version.
The Board additionally knowledgeable that an unnamed particular person staying within the crew lodge has examined constructive and has been remoted.
“A person has been shifted to an isolation room inside the crew lodge after his Covid-19 take a look at returned constructive,” the assertion mentioned.
“As per the PCB Covid-19 Protocols, he ought to have travelled to Karachi solely after receiving a damaging outcome from dwelling take a look at. Nonetheless, upon arrival in Karachi, the PCB Medical and Sports activities Sciences acquired the constructive outcome, following which he was quarantined instantly.”
The PCB mentioned the person will now keep in isolation till he returns two damaging checks.
The PSL play-offs had been postponed in March as a result of COVID-19 pandemic and can now be performed between November 14-17.
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