The Pakistan Cricket Board is planning to send the senior national team and A team to New Zealand in November due to which there is a possibility of domestic cricket's level of decline in the absence of key players. A PCB source said that the board is planning to send 40 to 45 players to New Zealand in late November.
"More players will be sent to both teams due to the Coronavirus protocol. Players and officials will have to remain in isolation for 14 days and enter the bio bubble before the match," the source said.
The senior team will play Test, ODI, and T20 series while the Pakistan A team will participate in many four day matches. The senior team will have to attend one month of segregation and practice camps after which the Test series will be played.
PCB is planning to host the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and National One Day Cup from October to January.