The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday reported the calendar of their men’s group’s voyage through England one year from now. The five-week-long visit, which keeps running from July 30 till September 2, will see Pakistan take on England in three Tests and the same number of as T20Is.
As per an official statement, the Test arrangement will be Pakistan’s last World Test Championship (WTC) task in their 2019-20 season after they have Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in October and January with a voyage through Australia sandwiched in the middle.
The three T20Is concoct a chance to plan for the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia in October 2020.
The visit will commence with a Test at the notable Lord’s ground, where Pakistan turned out successful in their last two matches in the arrangement with the edges of 75 runs and nine wickets in 2016 and 2018, individually.
The visit additionally presents open doors for Pakistan to enroll succeeds at Old Trafford in Manchester — where they last won in 2001 and were vanquished on the 2006 and 2016 visits — and Trent Bridge in Nottingham, where they last played in 2010 and are yet to win a Test in four visits.
1st Test match, England v Pakistan, July 30-August 3, 2020, Lord’s, London
2nd Test match, England v Pakistan, August 7-11, 2020, Old Trafford, Manchester
3rd Test match, England v Pakistan, August 20-24, 2020, Trent Bridge, Nottingham
1st T20I, England v Pakistan, Saturday, August 29, 2020, Headingley, Leeds
2nd T20I, England v Pakistan, Monday August 31, 2020, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
3rd T20I, England v Pakistan, Wednesday, September 2, 2020, Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
Pakistan, since 2016, has visited England consistently. They visited the British Isles in 2017 for the ICC Champions Trophy and returned home with the renowned flatware. In 2018, they visited England for a two-coordinate Test arrangement, which was drawn 1-1.
The following year’s visit will go down as Pakistan’s fourth Test voyage through England this decade and the 6th this century.
Britain’s arrival voyage through Pakistan will be in 2022 which will be a part undertaking. The three-coordinate ODI arrangement is planned for October and the three WTC Tests will be held in December.