Pak vs Aus: Six players refuse from taking part in ‘optional’ training session
Six members of the Pakistan cricket team “missed” the voluntary practise at Bengaluru’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium before the October 20 match between Pakistan and Australia. There were six players who didn’t train today: Zaman Khan and Mohammad Haris, as well as Abdullah Shafique, Mohammad Rizwan, Shaheen Afridi, and Salman Ali Agha, who were travelling backups.
It’s important to know that the Green Shirts will train for two hours from 6pm to 8pm (IST), even though they had planned not to train today. It is important to note that Shafique has been sick with a fever. Shaheen and Usama Mir also had fever signs, but they have since gotten better. As per the team’s health routine, players who showed signs of fever were checked out right away.
In order to keep everyone safe, all of the players were also tested for COVID-19 and checked for signs of dengue fever. Sources from the Pakistan team, on the other hand, say that there is no reason to worry about the health of the players. So far, Pakistan has won two of the three games they’ve played in the tournament. Their only loss was on Saturday to their archrivals India.