England will play seven T20Is from September 20 to October 2 in Karachi and Lahore — their first visit to the country in 17 years — the Pakistan Cricket Board announced Tuesday.
The National Stadium Karachi will host the matches on September 20, 22, 23 and 25, before the action will shift to the cricket headquarters at the Gaddafi Stadium, where the remaining three matches will be played on September 28 and 30, and October 2.
All matches will start at 7:30PST.
The seven T20Is will be part of the first leg of England’s tour of Pakistan and they will return after the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Australia 2022 for three Tests in December.
The T20I series against the second-ranked side will launch Pakistan’s bumper international season.
Schedule of T20Is:
Following the September and December matches against England, Pakistan will host New Zealand twice — first for two Tests and three ODIs in December and January and then in April for five ODIs and five T20Is — West Indies for three T20Is in late January and finally the 50-over ACC Asia Cup.
A complete schedule of the England Test series, as well as the New Zealand and the 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 stage 187 men’s domestic matches in six senior competitions, 33 Pakistan Super League 2023 fixtures and 19 Pakistan Junior League 2022 games.
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