Security issue resolved: New Zealand to tour Pakistan twice in 2022-23
The schedule of the series hasn't been announced yet but it will be confirmed soon.
The New Zealand cricket team will tour Pakistan for for two Tests and three ODIs in December/January 2022-23 as part of the Future Tours Programme as well as another five one day internationals and as many T20Is to make up for the September 2021 abandoned tour. This was announced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today.
The two tours of the Kiwis were finalised following discussions and meetings between Chairman PCB and New Zealand Cricket’s chairperson.
The two Tests and three ODIs will be part of the ICC World Test Championship and ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, respectively while the second visit will include two additional ODIs and will now comprise five ODIs and five T20Is that will count towards the ICC Rankings.
The schedule of the series hasn’t been announced yet but it will be confirmed soon. Chairman PCB expressed his happiness and thanked the NZC chairman. “It’s good to be going back,” said NZC Chief Executive David White.
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