Pak cricket team to tour South Africa in April 2021

A statement issued by the PCB said, “The Pakistan Cricket Board certifies that. The men’s Pak cricket team will travel to South Africa in April 2021 for a three-match ODI series. That’s big news for the Pakistani and other cricket lovers, Pak cricket team to tour South Africa in April 2021.

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Pak cricket team to tour South Africa in April 2021

“The series will be part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League,” the statement said.

The PCB said the series was scheduled to take place in September and October 2020. But it was delayed due to serious concerns about the corona virus in South Africa like worldwide.

“Pakistan has now agreed to implement the Future Tour Program (FTP),” the statement said. This will be follow by a tour of Zimbabwe in which 2 Tests and 2 T20s will be played.

The PCB said that a detailed schedule for both the series would also announced later.

Upcoming Series Details

The Zimbabwean team is in Pakistan for a series of 3 ODIs and 3 T20s. After which the Pakistan team will leave for New Zealand.

Team will travel to New Zealand in December and the both teams will play a series of two Tests and three T20 matches between December 18 and January 7.

This will be follow by a tour of Zimbabwe in which 2 Tests and 2 T20s will play.

Team will travel to South Africa in April 2021 for a three-match ODI series.

Following the corona virus protocols before the series. The Pakistani team will be in a two-week quarantine after arriving in New Zealand in the last week of November.

The tour schedule has finalized, with. T20 matches will play in Auckland, Hamilton and Napier on December 18, 20 and 22.

The first Test between the two teams will play on December 26 in Maunganui. While the second Test will hosted by Christchurch from January 3, 2021.

Remember Cricket around the world has affected by the corona virus. However, the West Indies toured England in July, after which the Pakistan team also went to England and once again the colors of cricket began to be restored.

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