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Srinagar: Pakistan cricket team in Bengaluru has been hit by a viral fever infection ahead of Australia clash, forcing management to cancel scheduled training on Tuesday.

Opener Abdullah Shafique is suffering from fever while as  pacer Shaheen Afridi and Usama Mir had also experienced fever symptoms, but they have since recovered.

The players who displayed fever symptoms were promptly checked as per the team’s health protocol. 

Additionally, in line with the safety measures, all players were tested for COVID-19 and screened for symptoms related to dengue fever.

“However, there is no reason for concern about the health of the players in the Pakistan team,” Geo reported.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan team cancelled their scheduled training session on Tuesday. The team management has decided to give rest to the players today ahead of the crucial match against Australia.

The Pakistan squad will take part in a training session tomorrow afternoon.

Pakistan have registered two wins in three matches during the event, so far, but their only defeat came against arch-rivals India on Saturday.

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