The Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to put its players in bio-secure conditions leading up to their tour to England in July. Though the squad for the tour is yet to be picked but PCB isn't taking any chances given the pandemic situation. According to ESPNcricinfo, a group of cricketers, including both Test and limited overs specialists, will resume training at Lahore's National Cricket Academy in the first week of June, before moving to the Gaddafi stadium next door. This means that from training till the tour ends in August, Pakistan team will practically remain in a bio-secure environment for 3 months. PCB recently gave Pakistan cricketers a green signal to play 3 Tests and as many T20I in England.