Pakistan's complete fixture list until 2023 under ICC Future Tours Programme

Sport360 staff 00:13 22/07/2019
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Pakistan had a mixed 2019 World Cup, finishing on a high with four straight wins yet failing to qualify for the semi-finals due to an inferior net run rate.

The task ahead will get tougher for Sarfraz Ahmed’s team as a transition process begins with a change in structure a possibility.

From next month, the new Test Championship begins, meaning all bilateral series will have context. Here, we take a look at Pakistan’s fixtures according to the new Future Tour’s Programme until 2023.

2019

October: Home series against Sri Lanka (Two Tests)

October-November: Away series in Australia (Two Tests and three T20Is)

December: Home series against Sri Lanka (Three ODIs and three T20Is)

2020

January-February: Home series against Bangladesh (Two Tests and three T20Is)

July: Home series against the Netherlands (Three ODIs)

July-August: Home series against England (Three Tests)

August: Home series against Ireland (Two T20Is)

August-September: Home series against England (Three T20Is)

September: Asia Cup

October: Away series in South Africa (Three ODIs and three T20Is)

October-November: 2020 ICC World Twenty20

November-December: Home series in Zimbabwe (Three ODIs and three T20Is)

December 2020-January 2021: Away series in New Zealand (Two Tests and three T20Is)

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2021

January-February: Home series against South Africa (Two Tests and three T20Is)

April: Away series in Zimbabwe (Two Tests and three T20Is)

June: World Test Championship Final

July: Away series in England (Three ODIs and three T20Is)

July-August: Away series in the West Indies (Three Tests and three T20Is)

September: Away series against Afghanistan (Three ODIs)

October: Home series against New Zealand (Three ODIs and three T20Is)

October-November: 2021 ICC World Twenty20

November-December: Away series in Bangladesh (Two Tests and three T20Is)

December: Home series against the West Indies (Three ODIs and three T20Is)

2022

February-March: Home series against Australia (Two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is)

July-August: Away series in Sri Lanka (Two Tests and three ODIs)

September: Asia Cup

October: Home series against England (Five ODIs)

October-November: Home series against New Zealand (Two Tests and three ODIs)

December: Home series against England (Three Tests)

2023

February-March: 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup

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