The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the English Cricket Board (ECB) have announced in a joint communique that the Pakistan cricket team will tour England again next year in July to play three T20Is and as many matches of One-day Super League.
According to the details, this will be Pakistan’s sixth tour of England since 2016.
Earlier in 2016, Pakistan played bilateral Test series in England, Champions Trophy in 2017, bilateral Test series in 2018, World Cup in 2019, and bilateral Test series in 2020.
Pakistan will play three ODIs against England at Cardiff on July 8, Lord’s on July 10, and at Birmingham on July 13, while three T20Is will be played at Nottingham on July 16, at Leeds on July 18, and at Manchester on July 20 this year.
Babar Azam said that England is a second home for Pakistan as the national team has been touring the country every year.
He also said that the performance of the team has been improved by playing in England consistently.