England’s Test against Pakistan, expected to begin on December 1, will go ahead as planned.
In November of that year, former Pakistani cricketer and ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan was injure with in leg. During such protest march in Wazirabad, escalating tensions in the neighborhood. Imran is now schedule to march to Islamabad. Which is close to the Rawalpindi stadium, generating speculation that the location may be altered.
The opening Test in Rawalpindi is set to go ahead as plan
Furthermore, the ECB continuously monitors the situation. With campaign advisor Reg Dickason recently visiting Pakistan to assess preparations for the Test series. In addition, England performed a seven-match T20I tournament in Karachi and Lahore in September and October.
The team, captained by Ben Stokes. Landed in Abu Dhabi on November 18 and it will perform a three-day training match. Against the England Lions on November 23 to 25, before departing for Pakistan on November 26. The series’ second and third Tests will be stage at Multan and Karachi, respectively. The last time England played in Pakistan was in 2005-06.