The South African cricket squad landed in Pakistan on Saturday for their first tour — consisting of two Tests and three T20Is — to the country after a 14-year break.
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It is the first tour by the South African side to Pakistan since 2007 when Proteas played five ODIs and Tests in the country.
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The team, led by Quinton de Kock, reached Karachi via a chartered flight and will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival.
The touring party has been cleared two COVID-19 tests which took place on Tuesday and Thursday before boarding flight to Karachi.