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PCB: Schedule of Pakistan’s practice and media conference for T20I series

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The following is the schedule of Pakistan men’s national cricket team’s training session and media conference for the T20I series against England, which will be played at Old Trafford Manchester on 28 August, 30 August and 1 September. The respected members of the Pakistan media are strongly advised to carefully read and follow the guidelines to avoid any last-minute inconveniences. 

Thursday, 27 August

At 1445 PST (1045 BST), Pakistan T20I captain Babar Azam will hold a pre-match virtual media conference. Due to limited time and space, media interested in attending the session are requested to confirm their attendance to Emmad Hameed at Emmad.Ahmed@pcb.com.pk, at least, two hours before the start of the session so that he can share the link. One representative per media outlet will be invited for the session.

The Pakistan men’s national cricket team will train at Old Trafford from 1800 PST (1400 BST).  The PCB will provide videos and photos, which can be used only for editorial purposes. For further information, please contact Pakistan team media manager Raza Kitchlew at +923018440280 or +447459934021

For details about England’s practice and media interaction, please contact England men’s national cricket team’s Head of Communications, Danny Reuben, at Danny.Reuben@ecb.co.uk

Match days:

Please note there would not be any post-match press conference during the T20I series.

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