Pakistan vs England T20 and Test Series schedule 2023

Pakistan Cricket Board has announced Pakistan vs England T20 and Test Series schedule 2023 on the official website www.pcb.com.pk. This series of four T20 matches between Pakistan and England will be played from May 22 to 30, after which both teams will leave for the World Cup 2023.

Pakistan vs England T20 and Test Series schedule 2023

The first match will be played at Headingley Leeds on May 22, the second match at Edgbaston Birmingham on May 25, the third match at Cardiff on May 28 while the Oval Ground in London will host the fourth match on May 30.

Pakistan vs England T20 and Test Series schedule 2021

England is currently at the second position in the T20 World Ranking, while Pakistan is five points behind at the fourth position. Before the T20 series against England, the Pakistani cricket team will also play three T20 Internationals in Holland and two T20 Internationals in Ireland. The schedule of both the series will be announced later.

PAKISTAN vs ENGLAND T20 SERIES SCHEDULE 2023

DATEMATCHVENUTIME
May 221st T20Headingley Leeds08:30 am
May 252nd T20Edgbaston Birmingham08:30 am
May 283rd T20Cardiff08:30 am
May 304th T20Oval Ground08:30 am

Pakistan vs England 2023 schedule in Urdu

The England team will visit Pakistan in October, during which the visiting team will play two T20 matches in Rawalpindi, both matches will be played at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, the first between the two teams. Match 13 and the second match will be played on October 14. The first match of the three-match T20 series between Pakistan and England will be played today.

The England men’s and women’s cricket team led by Ian Morgan and Heathrow Knight will arrive in Islamabad on October 9. The England men’s cricket team will leave Islamabad for Dubai on October 15 to participate in the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup. The England women’s team will stay in Islamabad till October 21 to play a three-match ODI series.

England’s T20 Team Player:

Will Jacks, Ben Fawkes, Keaton Jennings, Jack Leach, Liam Livingston, Jamie Orton, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Mark Wood, Ollie Robinson are also included in the squad while Stewart Broad is not included in the Test squad.