Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir will join his teammates in the UK on Wednesday after an initial delay in obtaining his a visa for the tour.
Amir did not fly out of Lahore with the rest of the Pakistan squad on Monday as they prepare for a Test against Ireland and two in England.
It is not yet clear why there was a delay in issuing Amir’s UK visa but it could be linked with the paceman having spent some time in a British prison after he was found guilty of spot-fixing in 2010.
Amir faced a similar delay in arriving in England in 2016 with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) having to ask the ECB’s assistance in the matter at the time.
The left-arm bowler should now be in contention to play in Pakistan’s first warm-up game on tour against Kent from Saturday.
Pakistan’s one-off Test against Ireland, the European team’s inaugural game in the longest format, will start on 11 May.
The tourists were all out for 197 at Old Trafford.
Surrey are taking on Middlesex.
The pair have now played 117 Tests at each other’s side.
Broad scored 62 runs before taking two key Windies wickets at Old Trafford.
Broad reached a half-century in the morning and later took the key wicket of Kraigg Brathwaite.
England resumed with a strong platform of 258 for four but were on their way to being hurried out after losing four for 18.
Pope is nine runs away from a century after pairing up with Jos Buttler to put England in control.
Banton burst on to the scene for Somerset last year and was fast-tracked into England’s limited-overs teams over the winter.
Pope ended the first day of the series decider at Emirates Old Trafford against the West Indies with 91 not out.