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Pakistan Set To Host England & Bangladesh For Test Series In 2024/2025 Cricket Season

Pakistan is set to welcome Bangladesh, England, and West Indies for their upcoming Test series in the 2024-2025 season, scheduled from August to January 2025. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced the dates and itinerary for their home season. Led by Babar Azam, Pakistan will begin their home season with a two-Test series against […]

Pakistan is set to welcome Bangladesh, England, and West Indies for their upcoming Test series in the 2024-2025 season, scheduled from August to January 2025. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced the dates and itinerary for their home season.

Led by Babar Azam, Pakistan will begin their home season with a two-Test series against Bangladesh. The matches will be held in Rawalpindi and Karachi from August 21 to September 3.

Following the Bangladesh series, England will tour Pakistan for three Test matches scheduled in Multan, Karachi, and Rawalpindi from October 7 to 28.

After these Tests, Pakistan will travel to Australia and Zimbabwe for limited-overs fixtures. Pakistan will face Australia in a series comprising three ODIs and three T20Is from November 4 to 18. They will then play against Zimbabwe in three ODIs and three T20Is from November 24 to December 5.

Pakistan’s tour of South Africa will begin with a T20 series from December 10, followed by two Test matches scheduled from December 26 to January 7 in Centurion and Cape Town.

Returning home, Pakistan will host West Indies for two Test matches. The first Test will take place in Karachi from January 16 to 20, followed by the second in Multan from January 24 to 28.

After completing their Test series against Bangladesh, England, and West Indies, Pakistan will host New Zealand and South Africa for an ODI tri-series. The tri-series will commence on February 8 with a match between Pakistan and New Zealand in Multan. Subsequent matches between New Zealand and South Africa, as well as Pakistan and South Africa, will lead up to the final on February 14, all to be held in Multan.

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