Michael Vaughan doesn’t need Pakistan tour cancelled

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan. Photograph: File
  • Try to transfer England’s tour of Pakistan to UAE if safety is the problem, says Michael Vaughan. 
  • Hopefully, the video games for the boys’s and girls groups can happen moderately than a full cancellation, he says. 
  • ECB to resolve quickly on Pakistan tour. 

Former England captain Michael Vaughan Sunday mentioned he was not in favour of a “full cancellation” of England’s upcoming tour of Pakistan. 

Taking to Twitter, the English commentator and former captain mentioned the upcoming England-Pakistan sequence may be shifted to the UAE if safety is the problem. 

“It could appear wise to me to attempt to transfer England’s Pakistan video games to the UAE moderately than cancel the tour if it’s deemed unsafe to journey .. !! Hopefully the video games for the Males’s & Ladies groups can happen moderately than a full cancellation,” he tweeted. 

Vaughan’s feedback got here within the gentle of New Zealand abandoning their tour of Pakistan unilaterally, minutes earlier than the toss for the primary ODI happened final Friday.

England to take resolution on Pakistan tour inside just a few days

The England Cricket Board will resolve on its tour to Pakistan throughout the subsequent 24-48 hours, a spokesperson of the ECB had mentioned on Friday.

To date, although, the board has not made any resolution but. 

“We’re conscious of New Zealand’s resolution to tug out of the Pakistan tour as a consequence of a safety alert,” the spokesperson had mentioned, in line with Sky Sports activities.

“We’re liaising with our safety staff who’re on the bottom in Pakistan to completely perceive the state of affairs. The ECB Board will then resolve within the subsequent 24-48 hours whether or not our deliberate tour ought to proceed,” the spokesperson had added.

The English women and men groups are as a consequence of play two Twenty20s in Rawalpindi on October 13 and 14. The ladies’s staff are additionally as a consequence of play three ODIs in Pakistan on October 17, 19, and 21.

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