England to use ‘contact cluster’ plan to put on summer Test series

  • Players to form exclusive group separate from other personnel
  • Optimism that West Indies and Pakistan tours will go ahead

England’s plan to stage international cricket this summer involves hiving off players from contact with other personnel at the ground and forming exclusive “contact clusters” to reduce the risk of Covid-19 sweeping through the camp.

Under detailed plans seen by the Observer, the proposed series against West Indies and Pakistan in July and August will be staged behind closed doors at “bio-secure” venues that are split into zones, with movement between these kept to a minimum.

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