In Pictures: Pakistan start training in Worcester after testing negative
Pakistan cricketers Tuesday began training in Worcester ahead of their Test series against England.
The Pakistan squad arrived in England late Sunday and have started a 14-day mandatory quarantine period before intra-squad practice games.
On Tuesday, all 20 players and 11 management personnel in the Pakistan touring party have tested negative for coronavirus since arriving in Britain.
Pakistan will play three Tests and three Twenty20 internationals against England starting in August, with the exact dates still to be confirmed.
A 30-strong England squad and support staff are currently in a bio-secure training camp at the Ageas Bowl ahead of next week's opening Test against the West Indies.
This first fixture in the three-match series will mark the return of major international cricket from lockdown.