Former Pakistan skipper fear Bio-secure bubble in England could cause depression, infighting

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While everyone is welcoming the return of cricket amid global pandemic of Coronavirus, to remain in bio-secure bubble can cause infighting in Pakistan side , this is what former Pakistan skipper Inzamam ul Haq thinks.

The former Pakistan skipper Inzamam has voiced concern other confinement protocol which is termed as Bio-secure Bubble.

“The players won’t be able to go anywhere other than their hotel and grounds. They won’t be able to meet anyone else other than teammates. These three months will be difficult for the players so they need to be mentally strong,” Inzamam was quoted as saying by Geo Super.

“It is important for management to keep the team motivated and gelled together. When you’re together, restricted to a place for a long time, there’s always a fear of fights, and the management must not let such a situation come up,” he further said.

In the same report Inzamam said that he is hopeful that Pakistan will do well in England as they have got good track record.

“Our players have done well in England in the past. This is the fifth consecutive year that the team is touring. The players have also played county cricket and club cricket in England in past so they are familiar with the conditions,” he added.