Here is the Pakistan cricket team schedule for next 12 months

Pakistan Cricket Team

The Pakistan cricket team next 12 months will be a roller coaster ride with a variety of domestic and international trips and competitions.

Pakistan’s men’s national cricket team will play seven Tests, 17 One-Day Internationals, and approximately 25 Twenty20 Internationals over the next 12 months, according to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

The seven ICC World Test Championship matches will be played against three opponents — Sri Lanka (2), England (3), and New Zealand (2) — while the 12 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League matches will be played against West Indies, Sri Lanka, Netherlands, and New Zealand (3 each), according to a statement released by the cricket board.

The Pakistan men’s team will compete in the ACC Asia Cup T20 in August and September, as well as the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Australia 2022 from October 15 to November 15, where they will play at least five T20Is each.

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Their other T20Is will be against England (seven), the West Indies (three), and New Zealand (five).

In April 2023, New Zealand will play five T20Is in addition to the five ODIs.

Pakistan To Host More International Cricket

“Pakistan is likely to host more international cricket in the coming season,” despite the fact that there is more international cricket than in the 2021-22 season.

The men’s teams from the West Indies, England, and New Zealand will all visit Pakistan twice, while the women’s teams from Sri Lanka and Ireland will visit in May and June and October and November, respectively.

In addition to the thrilling and back-to-back international cricket, the domestic cricket season in 2022-23 will run simultaneously with the international season. Between September 2021 and April 2022, the PCB delivered 314 matches in 12 competitions during the 2021-22 season.

Meanwhile, the schedule for the domestic cricket season of 2022-23 will be announced in due course.

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