Get all the latest Pakistan cricket schedule below as the national side continues with their international cricket schedule. Pakistan were recently whitewashed in a three-match T20 series by Sri Lanka.
After that rough series against Sri Lanka under their new head coach cum selector Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistan national cricket team are now on the brink of the tour of Australia and the situation the camp is not looking good. Pakistan cricket is going through a bit of a rough patch right now. A fresh face has been appointed as their coach, their domestic set up has been altered and are trying very hard to restore their glory days.
A lot needs to change for Pakistan if they want to perform at the big stage. The team and the management have come under a lot of criticism for their new fitness regime which they had to implement after they were bashed about it earlier during the World Cup. The Pakistani team is ranked number one in the ICC T20 rankings and yet they lost 3-0 to Sri Lanka recently. During the series, the players appeared to be fit but stiff. Some of the Pakistani legends believe that the players lack focus on improving their skills. Pakistan will all be in action in different formats of the game and you can catch the schedule for all of Pakistan’s international matches here.
Former Pakistani captain, Ramiz Raja said “Misbah-ul-Haq has been overburdened after he was handed the coaching responsibilities of all formats. I feel we need to bring in a power-hitting coach for the shorter format, to correct the direction of the players.”
The Pakistan tour of Australia is set to kick off on 31st of October and will end on 3rd of December. They start their tour of Australia with their first T20 match to be played at the Sydney Cricket ground on 3rd November. The tour consist of a three-match T20 series and thereafter two Test matches will be played. Pakistan will go into the tour with the intentions of building their confidence. The coach, Misbah is looking to resolve the evident issues with the team and has given fitness the top priority.
After that, Pakistan will play Netherlands way ahead in July. They are scheduled to play three One Day International matches. More information on the Pakistan cricket schedule between these two series will be revealed soon. Pakistan Cricket Schedule, Upcoming T20s, ODIs and Test Matches fixtures until 2023 is placed below.
Upcoming Pakistan Cricket Team 2019 Schedule
- November 2019: Away series vs Australia – Two Tests and three T20Is
- December 2019: Home series vs Sri Lanka – Two Tests
- January-February 2020: Home series vs Bangladesh – Two Tests and three T20Is
- 20 February – 22 March: PSL 2020
- July 2020: Away series vs Netherlands – Three ODIs
- July-August 2020: Away series against England – Three Tests
- August 2020: Away series vs Ireland – Two T20Is
- August-September 2020: Away series vs England – Three T20Is
- September 2020: Asia Cup hosted by Pakistan
- October 2020: Away series vs South Africa – Three ODIs and three T20Is
- October-November 2020: 2020 ICC World Twenty20 in Australia
November-December 2020: Home series vs Zimbabwe – Three ODIs and three T20Is
- December 2020-January 2021: Away series vs New Zealand – Two Tests and three T20Is
- January-February 2021: Home series vs South Africa – Two Tests and three T20Is
- April 2021: Away series vs Zimbabwe – Two Tests and three T20Is
- June 2021: World Test Championship Final in England
- July 2021: Away series vs England – Three ODIs and three T20Is
- July-August 2021: Away series vs West Indies – Three Tests and three T20Is
- September 2021: Away series vs Afghanistan – Three ODIs
- October 2021: Home series vs New Zealand – Three ODIs and three T20Is
- October-November 2021: 2021 ICC World Twenty20 in India
- November-December 2021: Away series vs Bangladesh – Two Tests and three T20Is
- December 2021: Home series vs West Indies – Three ODIs and three T20Is
- February-March 2022: Home series vs Australia – Two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is
- July-August 2022: Away series vs Sri Lanka – Two Tests and three ODIs
- September 2022: Asia Cup
- October 2022: Home series vs England – Five ODIs
- October-November 2022: Home series vs New Zealand – Two Tests and three ODIs
- December 2022: Home series vs England – Three Tests
- February-March 2023: 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup in India