The Pakistan cricket team had a forgettable 2019, with an intense World Cup and some substantial annihilation in Test matches prompting an adjustment in initiative and the executives.
It’s right around a new beginning for the men dressed in green with some pivotal challenges in 2020. It’s a basic year in the World Test Championship where the two groups for the 2021 last will be pretty much chosen.
Pakistan – the top-positioned T20 group – will likewise get an opportunity to do their absolute best at the T20 World Cup in an arrangement they are generally agreeable in.
The following is the finished timetable for Pakistan in 2020, as per the Future Tours Program.
January 24-27: Three T20Is against Bangladesh – home.
February 7-11: First Test against Bangladesh – home.
April 3: One-off ODI against Bangladesh – home.
April 5-9: Second Test against Bangladesh – home.
July: Three ODIs against the Netherlands – Away
July-August: Three Tests against England – Away.
August: Two T20Is against Ireland – Away.
August-September: Three T20Is against England – Away.
September: Asia Cup.
October: Three ODIs and three T20Is against South Africa – Away.
October-November: ICC T20 World Cup.
November-December: Three ODIs and three T20Is against Zimbabwe – Home.
December-January: Two Tests and three T20Is against New Zealand – Away.