The Pakistan team is expected to leave for England on July 1

Pakistan's Yasir Shah (C) is congratulated by team mates after taking the wicket of England's Jonny Bairstow for 48 runs on the fourth day of the first Test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Lord's cricket ground in London, on July 17, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / IAN KINGTON / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. NO ASSOCIATION WITH DIRECT COMPETITOR OF SPONSOR, PARTNER, OR SUPPLIER OF THE ECB

Matters have been settled in both the cricket boards regarding the national team’s tour of England and the Pakistan team will leave for England on July 1.

Telephone conference between English Cricket Board (ECB) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials in which discussions regarding the tour of England were positive.

The PCB has submitted its recommendations for the departure to England to the ECB and the PCB hopes to receive a full response from the ECB on the arrangements by the end of this week.

The Pakistani team is likely to leave for England on July 1 for the tour and a chartered plane from England will come to Pakistan and take the team back to England.

The Pakistan team is likely to leave Lahore or Islamabad for England and the national team is likely to have its initial quarantine and training in Derbyshire.

Before leaving for England, the players will undergo a corona test and before leaving, the players will be given a full briefing on health precautions.

It should be noted that Pakistan team will play three Tests and three T20 matches in England.

The final schedule for the second has not yet been announced but the first Test is likely to be played in Manchester from August 5 to 9, with the next two Tests likely to take place in Southampton from August 13 to 17 and August 21 to 25.

The T20 series is expected to take place in Manchester on August 28 and 30, as well as on September 1.

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