Pakistan vs England series is to kick off from 8th July comprising of a three-match ODI and a T20I series. The men in green are already at the destination as the contests will be rivaled at England’s cricketing grounds. Cricket is missing its spectators for a year as COVID has disallowed the watchers inside the stadiums.
Now, it is gradually the revival of the cricket fans being allotted in the grounds to chant for their beloved teams. On one hand, a few countries are still deprived of the watchers but a few, beating COVID with the passing time, are able to cherish the players with fan-line support.
England and its realm are lucky as one of the officials of the Edgbaston cricket community had officiated crowd allowance during Pak vs Eng 3rd ODI. Around 19,000 spectators will be able to witness the game from the ground – All they need is to be aged 11 or over with COVID negative prove.
Pak vs Eng 3rd ODI to welcome spectators
Notably, there is no say regarding the scenario for the rest of the series. Considering Pak vs End 3rd ODI to take place on 13th July at Edgbaston, one of the officials cleared that,
“It’s fantastic for sport in the West Midlands that so many cricket fans will be able to enjoy another blockbuster fixture in England versus Pakistan at Edgbaston,”
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