LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board has no plans to conduct dope test of players ahead of the World T20Championship being played in England next month. According to Voice of America, which quoted a PCB official, the board has decided not to conduct dope test on the players ahead of the World Cup. Altaf said that since PCB has given sufficient knowledge and awareness to cricketers, it has decided not to conduct dope test. "The cricket's ruling body ICC, however, would conduct random dope tests on nine players of each of the men's team while two players from the women team will also be dope tested", Altaf said. On the other hand, Chairperson of PCB Women wing Shirin Javed told VOA that ICC has already nominated three Pakistani players to undergo dope test during world cup in England . Sajda Shah, Marina Iqbal and Nazia Sadiq have been nominated by ICC for the dope test to be held in England during 20x20 world cup next month, Shinrin Javed said. Meanwhile, host Ireland defeated Pakistan women cricket team in first match of the tri-nation tournament on D/L method after rain affected the match. Pakistan are to face South Africa in their next match.