Pakistan Test squad gets permission for training in Jamaica


Jamaica: Pakistan Test squad have got permission to start training in Jamaica ahead of the two-Test series against West Indies.

The Test squad arrived in Jamaica from Guyana on Sunday and underwent one-day isolation. All squad members returned negative Covid tests. They will begin the training session today at 9 a.m. local time.

The training session of the national test squad will last for three hours. During this time the players will participate in physical and fielding sessions. All players will also practice net on center and side pitches.

The first Test match of the series between Pakistan and the West Indies will start on August 12 at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.

The second Test match will also be played at the same venue, starting from August 20.

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