1. Players have no qualms over touring England: source  Geo Super
  2. Pakistan not using England tour as leverage, says PCB CEO  SAMAA
  3. Bruised, not broke: PCB lines up plans to shore up finances  Profit by Pakistan Today
  4. New Zealand could cancel Pakistan tour for more lucrative home series  Geo Super
  5. England receive boost over Australia and Pakistan summer tours  The Independent
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The PCB says that players are free to choose whether to tour or not. The PCB says that players are free to choose whether to tour or not.

Players have no qualms over touring England: source | - GeoSuper.tv

Wasim Khan says resumption of cricket is first priorityWasim Khan says resumption of cricket is first priority

Pakistan not using England tour as leverage, says PCB CEO - SAMAA

The Pakistan Cricket Board is hoping for the best and preparing for the worst as it seeks to mitigate financial setbacks stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, its chief executive, Wasim Khan, has told Reuters. On the face of it, the disruption caused by the novel coronavirus outbreak could not have come at a worse time, […]

Bruised, not broke: PCB lines up plans to shore up finances - Profit by Pakistan Today

Cricket Australia's chief believes the ODI tour of England could still go ahead in September.Cricket Australia's chief believes the ODI tour of England could still go ahead in September.

Coronavirus: Australian cricket tour of England still viable

“Yaadon ki baaraat nikli hai iss photo ke dware! ✨🎞️ Very good memories of our England tour in 1989. Can you identify other cricketers in this picture? 😀 #ThrowbackThursday”

VINOD KAMBLI on Twitter: "Yaadon ki baaraat nikli hai iss photo ke dware! ✨🎞️ Very good memories of our England tour in 1989. Can you identify other cricketers in this picture? 😀 #ThrowbackThursday… https://t.co/tt9dUjGmXX"

“My one journalistic scoop of the 1990-91 England cricket tour was Micky Stewart, the England coach, confirming to me that he had no intention of resigning despite the side's disastrous #Ashes series. Here's that audio interview - https://t.co/DQYlKip8CO”

Brian Murgatroyd on Twitter: "My one journalistic scoop of the 1990-91 England cricket tour was Micky Stewart, the England coach, confirming to me that he had no intention of resigning despite the side's disastrous #Ashes series. Here's that audio interview - https://t.co/DQYlKip8CO"

“CWI MEDIA STATEMENT: England Tour 2020 | Windies Cricket news https://t.co/LLi0v6WRMV”

Elizabeth Ammon on Twitter: "CWI MEDIA STATEMENT: England Tour 2020 | Windies Cricket news https://t.co/LLi0v6WRMV"

England’s chances of scheduling the majority of their international fixtures this summer have received another boost, with positive noises from Australia and Pakistan about their forthcoming tours. The England and Wales Cricket Board is desperately trying to mitigate the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic – working back from a worst-case scenario of a £380millionEngland’s chances of scheduling the majority of their international fixtures this summer have received another boost, with positive noises from Australia and Pakistan about their forthcoming tours.

England receive boost over Australia and Pakistan summer tours | The Independent

Pakistan a week away from beginning training with squadPakistan a week away from beginning training with squad

COVID-19: Pakistan Cricket chief has high hopes about England tour | Cricket – Gulf News

Australia could still tour England in September, according to Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts, who says there is "some chance" of the trip going ahead.Australia could still tour England in September, according to Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts, who says there is

Australia tour of England in September has 'some chance' of going ahead - Cricket Australia CEO | Cricket News | Sky Sports

It seems to be an opportune moment for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to cut a deal for a return tour with England, who like several countries hasn’t toured Pakistan citing security concerns following the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in 2009.It seems to be an opportune moment for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to cut a deal for a return tour with England, who like several countries hasn’t toured Pakistan citing security concerns following the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in 2009.

Won’t use Pakistan’s tour of England as leverage for a return trip, says PCB CEO Khan - cricket - Hindustan Times

An early arrival, a 14-day quarantine period and an extended squad of around 25 players. These are part of Pakistan's plans for the tour of England for three Tests and three T20Is beginning August, according to PCB chief Wasim Khan. An early arrival, a 14-day quarantine period and an extended squad of around 25 players. These are part of Pakistan's plans for the tour of England for three Tests and three T20Is beginning August, according to PCB chief Wasim Khan.

Early Arrival, 14-Day Quarantine, 25-Member Squad: How Pakistan's Tour of England Could Look Like

International cricket's return after Covid-19 outbreak: Countries all discussing resumptionInternational crickets return after Covid-19 outbreak: Countries all discussing resumption

International cricket's return after Covid-19 outbreak: Countries all discussing resumption

The Pakistan team will start to assemble in a bio-secure environment in June as they ramp up their preparations for their tour to England in August.The Pakistan team will start to assemble in a bio-secure environment in June as they ramp up their preparations for their tour to England in August.

Pakistan to begin England preparations in bio-secure bubble

Cricket Australia chief executive Kevin Roberts said that there is a 9 out of 10 chance that India will tour Australia for a four-match Test series later this year.Cricket Australia chief executive Kevin Roberts said that there is a 9 out of 10 chance that India will tour Australia for a four-match Test series later this year.

Cricket Australia CEO Confident Of India's Tour Down Under Going Ahead As Planned | Cricket News

Australia could still tour England in September, according to Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts, who says there is “some chance” of the trip going ahead.Australia could still tour England in September, according to Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts, who says there is “some chance” of the trip going ahead.

Cricket Australia 2020 tour of England, Kevin Roberts | Fox Sports

Roberts was less optimistic about Australia’s chances of hosting the Twenty20 World Cup, scheduled to start in October, given the logistical challenge of bringing in 15 teams. Roberts was less optimistic about Australia’s chances of hosting the Twenty20 World Cup, scheduled to start in October, given the logistical challenge of bringing in 15 teams.

Chances of Australia hosting India for Test series in home summer are 9/10, says CA chief Kevin Roberts- Firstcricket News, Firstpost

Cricket Australia chief Kevin Roberts is quite confident that India's scheduled tour of the country should go ahead as planned despite the Covid-19 outbreak.Cricket Australia chief Kevin Roberts is quite confident that India's scheduled tour of the country should go ahead as planned despite the Covid-19 outbreak.

Cricket Australia confident of hosting India, touring England despite Covid-19 outbreak - Sports News

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Cricket Australia chief confident about hosting a series against India this yearCricket Australia chief confident about hosting a series against India this year

COVID-19: ‘90% sure India tour of Australia will happen this year’ | Cricket – Gulf News