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Pak Vs Eng 1st Test 3rd Day New Biss Key Feed 07.08.2020

Pak Vs Eng 1st Test 3rd Day New Biss Key Feed 07.08.2020

Ahead of the tour to England, Pakistan were scheduled to play three One Day International (ODI) matches in the Netherlands, and two T20I matches in Ireland.[13] However, in April 2020, the matches in the Netherlands were postponed after the Dutch government announced that it had banned all events in the country, both sports and cultural, until 1 September 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[14][15][16] In regards to the pandemic, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) were also looking at hosting the Test matches in bio-secure environments, with Old Trafford in Manchester and the Rose Bowl in Southampton being possible venues, due to their hotel facilities.[17] In May 2020, Wasim Khan, the chief executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was in talks with the ECB about the possibility of touring England,[18] with the PCB saying that they were “very optimistic” with regards to the planning.[19] The PCB plan to send a squad of twenty-five players, with the Test and T20I teams travelling together, to give them the best options in case of any injuries.[20] In the same month, Babar Azam was named as the new captain of Pakistan’s One Day International (ODI) team.[21] Babar said that he had complete faith and trust in the PCB’s decision on touring, and said if it is safe to go he would definitely travel for the tour.[22]
The Pakistan cricket team are currently touring England in August and September 2020 to play three Tests and three Twenty20 International (T20I) matches.[1][2][3] The Test series will form part of the inaugural 2019–21 ICC World Test Championship.[4][5][6] The first Test and the T20I matches are scheduled to be played at Old Trafford.[7] The second and third Test matches are scheduled to take place at the Rose Bowl,[8] with all the fixtures being played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[9]
On 5 August 2020, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the use of technology to monitor front-foot no-balls for the first time in Test cricket.[10] The third umpire will call the front-foot no-balls, and communicate this with the on-field umpires.[11] This followed a successful trial in the One Day International (ODI) matches between England and Ireland in the World Cup Super League, which concluded the day before the Test series.[12]

AstraSat-2E @28.2E
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Pak Vs Eng
1st Test 3rd Day
FREQ: 12635 H 7200
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Biss Key : 12 34 5A A0 20 20 08 48
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