England will start a new tour of Pakistan on September 20th and end it on October 2nd.
The National Stadium will be the venue for four matches, before moving on to the Gaddafi Stadium for three more. All matches are set to start at 1930 PKT.
The T20Is will be an opening part of England’s tour in Pakistan. The team will return and play three Tests in December.
Pakistan is launching its season with a series against the second-ranked team, England. September and December will include two tests and three ODIs against them. They will host New Zealand for five ODIs, five T20s, West Indies for three T20s and the ACC Asia Cup.
The complete schedule of the England Test Series as well as the New Zealand and West Indies Series will be announced in due course.
Apart from five Tests, eight ODIs and 15 T20Is in the 2022-23 season, Pakistan will also be hosting 187 men’s matches of six different domestic competitions, 33 HBL Pakistan Super League games and 19 Junior League games.
Zakir Khan, PCB Director International Cricket: “We are thrilled to announce that England will be visiting Pakistan to play seven T20s as we prepare for next year’s international matches. Not only will these games give the team an edge, but this will also help get the public excited for the upcoming international cricket matches.”
Fans of cricket are very dedicated and passionate. We expect to see the same level of passion during the match against England in celebration of our Diamond Jubilee.
Rob Key, ECB Managing Director England Men’s Cricket, said “we are looking forward to returning to Pakistan and playing these seven T20Is as the team builds up to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.”
We will continue to collaborate with the PCB, the British High Commission and other relevant authorities in order to prepare for tours later this year.
The Cathay Pacific Cricket Club and the city authorities supported our tour planning by hosting a visit from ECB representatives and PCA CEO
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