The Pakistan National Cricket Team schedule 2019 leading up to the 2019 World Cup features a number of ODI and T20I matches.
Pakistan national team has had reasonable success such as reaching World Number one status in T20I’s and also making a mark in the one-day arena by winning what would be the last Champions Trophy in 2017.
Pakistan India encounters draw the biggest eyeballs in world cricket yet they do not happen often. India and Pakistan will lock horns in Asia Cup which would be one of the biggest attractions of 2018.
As per the Future Tours Program, Pakistan is set to play 121 games during the period from 2019 to 2023, however additional series can also be added to the schedule.
The complete upcoming schedule for the Pakistan cricket team is as under:
The 2018 Asia Cup will be played from September 15 to 28 in the UAE. The tournament will feature six sides, including Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and a winner from the qualification round.
New Zealand will be touring the UAE from October for a full-fledged tour including Tests, ODIs and T20Is.
South Africa will host Pakistan for a full-fledged series in the 2018-19 summer later this year. The series will include three Tests, five ODIs and three T20Is.
Dec 19-21: SA Invitation XI, Benoni
Dec 26-30: First Test, Centurion
Jan 3-7: Second Test, Cape Town
Jan 11-15 : Third Test, Johannesburg
Jan 19: First one-day international, Port Elizabeth
Jan 22: Second one-day international, Durban
Jan 25: Third one-day international, Centurion
Jan 27: Fourth one-day international, Johannesburg
Jan 30: Fifth one-day international, Cape Town
Feb 1: First Twenty20 International, Cape Town
Feb 3: Second Twenty20 International, Johannesburg
Feb 6: Third Twenty20 International, Centurion
Pakistan cricket team will tour England for a bilateral series ahead of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
The schedule which includes one T20I and five one-day internationals has been confirmed by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
May 5 — Only T20I at Cardiff
May 8 — First ODI (D/N) at Kia Oval
May 11 — 2nd ODI at Ageas Bowl
May 14 — 3rd ODI (D/N) at Bristol
May 17 — 4th ODI (D/N) at Trent Bridge
May 19 — 5th ODI at Leeds