The PCB has released a new schedule for the series against Zimbabwe

The series has included three T20I and Three ODI games. As PCB the series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe schedule has made some changes. The PCB has released a new schedule for the series against Zimbabwe.

The PCB has released a new schedule for the series against Zimbabwe

According to the details, as the new schedule issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board, the scheduled ODI matches in Multan. Now will be held in Rawalpindi. Scheduled T20 matches in Rawalpindi will be play in Lahore. Zimbabwe cricket team to arrive in Islamabad on October 20. Zimbabwe players to remain in quarantine until October 27. The first ODI will be play on October 30, the second on November 1 and the third on October 3 in Rawalpindi. The first T20 match will be played on November 7, the second on November 8 and the third on. November 10 at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

The PCB has released a new schedule for the series against Zimbabwe Photo By PCB
The PCB has released a new schedule for the series against Zimbabwe Photo By PCB

It is memorable that before all three ODI matches was schedule to be play in Multan Stadium. Due to some logistical and operational reasons now it had transfer to Rawalpindi ground. While The PCB has shifted all scheduled T20 matches from Rawalpindi to Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

Pakistan Cricket Board Director for International Cricket Zakir Khan said that. Multan Stadium was not available due to logistical and operational reasons. Therefore, the schedule has been re-arranged which is suitable for both the teams. Match management, broadcasters and other concerned authorities related to this series.

“The availability of Rawalpindi shows that there is no uncertainty about hosting the World Cup Super League matches and Pakistan will try to get as many points as possible with a victorious start,” he said.

Zakir Khan said, “We will be in constant touch with the Meteorological Department regarding smog expected in Lahore in November and if there is a need for change in the meantime, it will be considered.”

The PCB has released a new schedule for the series against Zimbabwe

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