Pakistan will host Australia, England, and New Zealand, NZ to return to Pakistan
Pakistan are now set to host eight Tests, 11 ODIs and 13 T20Is
Following the delay of their September campaign in Pakistan, New Zealand Cricket has stated that they would return to Pakistan twice in the next two years.
New Zealand’s men’s squad will compete in the ICC World Test Championship and ICC World Cup Super League in December-January 2022-23, playing two Tests and three One-Day Internationals. To make up for the postponed September visit, they will return in April 2023 for five ODIs and five T20Is.
“I am satisfied with the results of our conversations and negotiations, and I appreciate Martin Snedden’s (NZC chairman) and his board’s patience and support,” PCB chairman Ramiz Raja said. “This validates Pakistan’s place as a key member of the cricket community and underlines the two boards’ strong, amicable, and historic connections.”
“While in Dubai, our respective chairmen, Ramiz Raja and Martin Snedden, had extremely good and constructive meetings, further strengthening the link between the two organisations,” said NZC Chief Executive David White.
Between March 2022 and April 2023, Pakistan will host eight Tests, 11 One-Day Internationals, and 13 Twenty20 Internationals against Australia, England, and New Zealand.