England are assessing virus-stricken players before first Test as Pakistan push for a start TOMORROW

England are assessing virus-stricken players ahead of their first Test in Pakistan in 17 years, with more than a dozen of the visitors, including captain Ben Stokes, hit by sickness bug… as the hosts push for a start TOMORROW

  • England are due to start their first Test match against Pakistan on Thursday
  • It is the first time England will have played a Test in Pakistan for 17 years
  • However, at least a dozen of the touring party have been laid low by a virus
  • England named their team on Tuesday, and it is unknown whether selection will now be affected by the virus, with captain Ben Stokes among the players ill
  • A final decision on the start time of the match will be made at 2.30am GMT 

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