Islamabad-Quetta game postponed to tomorrow as Fawad Ahmed tests positive for Covid-19


Monday night’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) match between Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators has been delayed after legspinner Fawad Ahmed tested positive for Covid-19. Ahmed had showed symptoms two days ago and had been immediately isolated. Members of his side have tested negative while the players of the other side are being tested. The start of the game, which was scheduled for 7.30pm local time, has been pushed back to 9pm.

A spokesperson of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) told ESPNcricinfo that members of every franchise are currently being tested for Covid-19 as well.

More to follow…

ESPN Sports Media Ltd.

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