South African cricket team arrives in Pakistan after 14 years

KARACHI: The South African cricket team has arrived in Pakistan today after almost 14 years.

The South African cricket team, which arrives in Karachi today, will play two Tests and three T20I matches against Pakistan. The team is led by Quinton de Kock has 21 members.

The South African cricket team played a match in Pakistan in 2007, after which it is now on tour. The South African cricket team, which arrived in Pakistan on a special flight, will undergo a coronavirus test at the airport under SOPs after its arrival in Quaid-e-Azam, after which all the players will remain in quarantine.

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According to the schedule, after the negative coronavirus test reports, the players of the visiting team will be allowed to train in Karachi Gymkhana.

The players of the South African cricket team will practice at the National Stadium Karachi from 23rd January after training at the Karachi Gymkhana.

According to the schedule, even before the first Test match, the players of both teams will be tested once again. The first Test between Pakistan and South Africa will start on 26th January at the National Stadium in Karachi.