On Monday, ECB has announced that it would not send its women’s and men’s teams for the scheduled tour in October. It stated that the decision was taken ‘reluctantly’ as the consequences of the withdrawal, knowingly, on PCB would be huge. “Players’ mental health is our top priority and traveling to the region with the given circumstances will add pressure to the players,” it added.

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