The International Cricket Council (ICC) has revealed the schedule for the specific teams being the part of the inaugural Cricket Men’s World Cup league.
Revealing Pakistan’s schedule, the following dates have been elected. The dates might be tentative because of the disruptions caused by the globally ill environment.
Pakistan schedule for inaugural Men’s Cricket World Cup League revealed
October 2020: Away series vs South Africa (Three ODIs)
December 2020: Home series vs Zimbabwe (Three ODIs)
July 2021: Away series vs England (Three ODIs)
September 2021: Away series vs Afghanistan (Three ODIs)
October 2021: Home series vs New Zealand (Three ODIs)
December 2021: Home series vs West Indies (Three ODIs)
March 2022: Home series vs Australia – (Three ODIs)
Notably, Men in Green are going to sign in the four home series whereas, will be seen in action in three away from home series to take place in the World Cup 2023.
The ICC has launched the Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. The first game is to be played on 30th July at Southampton and England and Ireland are going to be the first participants of the league.
The purpose of the league is to choose top-seven alternative winners that will make their spots spontaneously in the World Cup 2023 in India. The tournament will notably consist of twelve teams along with the Netherlands as a participant.
However, at present, the team is at Derbyshire and have ended up practice matches. The team hooked up in three intra-squad matches out of which, the last ended with a draw.
The sides will be featuring in three test matches that are to be played at Old Trafford, Ageas Bowl, and Ageas Bowl respectively, whereas, the three T20Is will be played at Old Trafford.
It has been decided that the series will be resumed behind closed doors to avoid the spreading of the Coronavirus
The sides will be seen in action on the mentioned below dates:
5-9 Aug – 1st Test, Old Trafford
13-17 Aug – 2nd Test, Ageas Bowl
21-25 Aug – 3rd Test, Ageas Bowl
28 Aug – 1st T20I, Old Trafford
30 Aug – 2nd T20I, Old Trafford
1 Sep – 3rd T20I, Old Trafford