Cummins understands that some of his teammates will opt out of the tour but things are looking positive
Baggy Greens' Test captain Pat Cummins is confident that the vast majority of Australia's Test squad will travel to Pakistan.
Australia are in line to travel to Pakistan after 24 years for all-format series in March/April. Cummins understands that some of his teammates will opt out of the tour but things are looking positive.
Earlier this week, Australian players and officials were briefed about their reconnaissance visit to Pakistan last month. The final decision is yet to be taken.
"Still a bit to work through ... but at this stage it's all looking really positive," Cummins said during pre-match presser of fifth Ashes Test.
"The amount of work the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) has put into it is fantastic. It's shaping up as, I think just about everyone - if not all - will go," he added.
"If some players need to make a choice, it's absolutely fine that they won't be there. Still got a bit of water to go under the bridge, a bit more info to gather and get around to everyone," he maintained.
it must be noted that Australia will play three Tests, three ODIs and a T20I from March 3 to April 5 on Pakistan tour.