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England set for Back-to-Back Test series in Pakistan as PCB announces schedule of 2024-25 calendar

England set for Back-to-Back Test series in Pakistan as PCB announces schedule of 2024-25 calendar

With this tour, England Men will visit Pakistan for a Test series for the second time in two years. England won the series 3-0 in December 2022, setting a record while playing some exciting cricket.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday announced the schedule of the three-match Test series against England. England will tour the sub-continent in October of this year as Ben Stokes and co build up to the Ashes 2025.

England’s 2nd Pakistan tour in two years

Three Test matches from the ICC World Test Championship 2023–25 cycle will be played during this eagerly awaited tour. The First Test of the series will take place in Multan from October 7–11. The teams will then travel to Karachi for the Second Test, which is scheduled for October 15–19. Rawalpindi will host the third and final test from October 24–28.

With this tour, England Men will visit Pakistan for a Test series for the second time in two years. England won the series 3-0 in December 2022, setting a record while playing some exciting cricket.

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Pakistan to play ODI tri-series against New Zealand, South Africa

Pakistan Cricket Board also announced that they will play an ODI tri-series against New Zealand and South Africa in Multan in February, 2025. The tri-series will begin on 7th February with the final set to be played on 14th February.

Other series on Pakistan calendar

In addition to the Test series against England, Pakistan also announced that they will host a 2-match Test series against Bangladesh in August-September.

Moreover. Pakistan will also tour Australia, Zimbabwe and South Africa from 4 November to 7 January, playing two Tests, nine ODIs and nine T20Is.

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