International cricket is set to return with the three-match Test series between England and West Indies next month. Pakistan are also set to tour England for a three-match Test and T20I series.
Pakistan have already started preparing for the tour. But Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will not allow the families of the players to travel with them.
Even if the families travel separately and stay in the similar city, the players won't be allowed to interact with them until the tour is over in September. A source in the PCB said, "The board has made it clear that players cannot interact with their families during the tour. They cannot meet them until the series is over, even if they are in the similar town."
The series is scheduled to begin on July 30. But Pakistan will reach england in the second week of July and will stay quarantined for 14 days.