Pakistan came to Pakistan after resuming COVID-19 for a T20I and Test series. During that time, Pakistan signed an agreement with the England Cricket Board (ECB) that they would visit Pakistan in 2021. The PCB only confirmed that England would mark its historic journey on its soil after 16 years, where the two nations would engage in two T20Is. In Karachi on 14 and 15 October. The tour was delayed due to unavailability of English side players.
Eoin Morgan and his men will land in Karachi on 12 October and the two teams will travel together to India on 16 October. Both teams will step into India for the mega-event. Men’s T20 World Cup. In view of the invitation by Pakistan for the mini-tour in January 2021, the England and Wales Cricket Board finalized the tour on Tuesday evening.
The main reason, as stated, was the unavailability of players from the England side as they were involved in T20 leagues as well as national commitments. In that light, the ECB proposed a short tour, and the move has been welcomed by the PCB with open arms. England last visited Pakistan in 2005, where they played the Horns for three Tests and five ODIs. In addition, two series were played in the UAE in 2012 and 2015 between the two countries.
Pakistan ready for historic series in 2021
England confirmed tour to Pakistan in October 2021
– PCB Media (@TheRealPCBMedia) November 18, 2020
“I am delighted to confirm that England will visit Pakistan to play two T20Is in October 2021. This will be their first visit to Pakistan for 16 years and will feature both test and white-ball in the 2022-23 season. Will open the door for.. The full force will bring the England team to the backend of our home series against New Zealand. We also expect Australia to be in the 2021-22 season with England for both the Test and white-ball rounds 2021-22 Will visit Pakistan for its FTP commitment in the season, ”PCB chief executive Wasim Khan quoted Sportstar as saying.
It is a pleasure to announce that England’s men’s T20I team is playing in Pakistan in October 2021. This will be the first time since 2005 that the England team has visited Pakistan and as such, it represents a significant moment for both countries. , Said ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison.