Cricket welcomes back its first full-house since the start of the pandemic on Saturday as England’s hastily assembled bunch of white-ball reserves attempt to seal a series win over Pakistan.
Lord’s should be at its new 31,100 capacity, with the top tiers of the new Compton and Edrich stands now open, for the latest instalment of what so far has been a desperately disappointing one-sided white-ball international summer.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
And the packed stands will be a little incongruous when juxtaposed with the Covid crisis in the England camp that saw the whole squad replaced at short notice for what still became a thrashing of Pakistan in the first one-day international at Cardiff.
Cricket will welcome its first full-house since the start of the pandemic for England v Pakistan
England have played behind closed doors or to partially full crowds during the Covid crisis