Michael Vaughan suggests not delaying Pak-Eng Series

Michael Vaughan, the former England cricket captain has suggested not to cancel the series between Pakistan and England which is to be played later this year.

According to the details, Michael Vaughan tweeted and said that it would be a wiser decision to transfer the series to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) instead of cancelling the whole series in Pakistan if there were any safety threats.

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The tweet of Michael Vaughn did gather up people’s anger; however, it also was deemed more sensible than what New Zealand had done, said a cricket fan on Twitter. It is to be noted that the English Cricket Board had said about the visit of the England team after the sudden cancellation of New Zealand’s tour of Pakistan that they were looking into the security issues and would decide on the tour of Pakistan within 24 to 48 hours.

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It may be recalled that the tour of England to Pakistan is scheduled from October 13 where a series of two T20 matches between Pakistan and England are to be played.

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