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PCB announces packed 2024-25 season for Pakistan men’s team

PCB announces packed 2024-25 season for Pakistan men's team

Pakistan are gearing up for an action-packed 2024-25 season, featuring an impressive lineup of Test matches against Bangladesh, England, and the West Indies. This upcoming season marks a significant milestone as Pakistan prepares to host its busiest red-ball international home season in over two decades.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced an ambitious schedule that not only includes seven Test matches but also an ODI tri-series and the prestigious Champions Trophy. The season kicks off with Bangladesh’s arrival in August 2024, breaking from tradition as Pakistan rarely hosts matches during this period due to challenging weather conditions. The two-Test series against Bangladesh will be played in Rawalpindi and Karachi. Following the Bangladesh tour, England will make their way to Pakistan for a three-Test series in October, with matches scheduled in Multan, Karachi, and Rawalpindi.

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Pakistan to host Champions Trophy next year at home

The new year brings more excitement as the West Indies arrive in January 2025 for a two-Test series in Karachi and Multan. This tour was originally slated for January 2024 but was postponed due to scheduling conflicts. The side will host an ODI tri-series featuring South Africa and New Zealand in February 2025. The nation is also scheduled to host its first ICC Champions Trophy from February 19 to March 9, 2025.

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Pakistan’s home season 2024-25

Tests against Bangladesh:
August 21-August 25: First Test, Rawalpindi
August 30-September 3: Second Test, Karachi

Tests against England:
October 7-October 11: First Test, Multan
October 15-October 19: Second Test, Karachi
October 24-October 28: Third Test, Rawalpindi

Tests against West Indies:
January 16-January 20, 2025: First Test, Karachi
January 24-January 28: Second Test, Multan

ODI tri-series vs NZ and SA:
February 8: Pakistan v New Zealand, Multan
February 10: New Zealand v South Africa, Multan
February 12: Pakistan v South Africa, Multan
February 14: Final, Multan

Champions Trophy:
February 19- March 9, 2025


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