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The round robin league system will be played in all the teams participating in this year's World Cup. In view of the long tour, countries such as Bangladesh, India have allowed the cricketers to keep with the family. But Pakistan is banned from walking in the opposite direction with the family during the World Cup. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has banned Pakistani cricketers' wife and children completely from the team hotel, according to a statement by Friday on changing the rules during the World Cup. But the decision has changed in just 24 hours by the country's cricket board. According to ESPNcricinfo news media, Sarfaraz-owners can keep the family together after the match against Australia.

Earlier on Friday, a statement by the PCB said the changes in the rules of the World during the World Cup. According to the changed rules, the board suspended the permission to keep the family members of the team at the team hotel during the World Cup. The PCB also said that if their family goes to England with the cricketers, the team will not be able to keep them in the hotel and keep them in a separate hotel. Only the left-hander batsman, Haris Sohail, and Asif Ali, who lost a couple of days, allowed the family to stay with the family during the World Cup.

However, the cricketer wanted to get along with the wives and children of the World Cup. So Pakistan Cricket Board has been somewhat flexible in one-day intervals. Earlier, the PCB had given permission to keep the family away from keeping cricketers' attention in mind, but today a new statement allowed the women and children to stay with Australia after the match. Pakistan will fight against strong Australia in Tonto on June 12. After that match, the team's cricketers will be able to get along with their wives and children.

Pakistan have lost 4-0 in the recent series against England after the 5-0 whitewash against Australia in the United Arab Emirates. The team lost all 10 ODIs in a row. Sarfraz Ahmed's team has lost out against defending champions Afghanistan in the World Cup preparatory match on Friday.

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