The highly anticipated series between Pakistan and England is around the corner and the touring team has landed at Karachi airport today.
In preparations for the series, it has been reported that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to use the spidercams.
It is pertinent to mention that this will be the first time spidercams will be used in a bilateral series as it was only previously utilized for the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
The production team is expected to arrive in the metropolis on September 17th and as many as 30+ high-resolution cameras, spidercams, drones, hawk-eye, slow-mo cameras, ultra-motion cameras, and a buggy camera will be installed.
In addition to this, PCB has also decided to use digital screens on the boundary.
England has travelled to Pakistan for a bilateral series after over 17 years and will play a seven-T20I series; four matches will be played in Karachi whereas the remaining three will be hosted by Lahore.
The first T20I will be played on September 20th at National Stadium Karachi.