Three Pakistan players have tested positive for coronavirus, but Ashley Giles is confident the tour of England will go ahead.
Pakistan fast bowler Haris Rauf, all-rounder Shadab Khan and uncapped teenage batsman Haider Ali have returned positive coronavirus tests.
LeBron James, Antonin Panenka and the New Zealand rugby team all feature as we look back at previous sporting events on this day.
Virat Kohli failed twice on his Test debut but that was most certainly not a sign of things to come for the India captain.
Mohammed Shami contemplated ending his life on a few occasions, but said his family made him realise he was never alone.
There were memorable wins for Rory McIlroy, the Cleveland Cavaliers and England's one-day team on this day down the years.
Australia head coach Justin Langer said Graeme Hick's work ethic is "second to none" after the former England batsman was made redundant.
Tiger Woods claimed his first U.S. Open title on June 18 in 2000, while Eoin Morgan and Jonah Lomu both shone on this day as well.
The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board does not think it is feasible for the Twenty20 World Cup to go ahead as scheduled.
Eight uncapped players have been named in England's 30-man training squad, with Moeen Ali making a red ball return.