England vs Pakistan: The second ODI between England and Pakistan to be played on July 10 will see the return of the spectators on the field with full potential in England. In fact, 100 percent spectators will be able to participate in the second ODI between England and Pakistan to be held at Lord’s ground on July 10. Due to the corona virus, spectators were not allowed to come to the stadium for a long time.
The audience will return after two years
Let us tell you that this will happen for the first time after September 2019 when the spectators will return to the field with full potential in England. Lord’s has a seating capacity of 30,000 spectators. Earlier, the government had allowed a limited number of spectators to attend. In the second Test between England and New Zealand at Edgbaston last month, 17,000 spectators were allowed on the first three days.
Earlier it was decided that 80 percent of the spectators would be allowed to attend the third ODI between Pakistan and England to be held in Birmingham on July 13.
negative report of corona will be necessary
The Pakistan team has to play a series of three ODIs and three T20 matches on this tour of England. However, as per the rules, the viewers will have to show the negative test report and proof of full vaccination. At the same time, social distancing will not have to be followed in the field.
England playing limited over series against Sri Lanka
Let us inform that at present, the England team is playing a limited over series against Sri Lanka. The first three-match T20 series was played between the two teams, which England won 3-0. After this, England defeated Sri Lanka in the first match of the three-match ODI series.