Pakistan Tour of Afghanistan 2023 Detail, Schedule, Match Prediction Pakistan Tour of Afghanistan

Pakistan Tour of Afghanistan – Additionally, Afghanistan will play two Test series over the following two years. Both of the scheduled series will be contested away from home against Ireland and Zimbabwe. In March of the following year, Afghanistan will also visit India to play a three-match ODI series. The three-match ODI series between Pakistan and Afghanistan will take place in 2023, according to the Afghanistan Cricket Board. The Australian Cricket Board has unveiled its official schedule for the next two years, which includes home matches against prominent Test-playing teams including Pakistan, the West Indies, New Zealand, and Australia.

The dates for Pakistan’s trip of Afghanistan are listed as tentatively being in February and March of 2023, however it is unlikely that the series will take place during this period because of the annual Pakistan Super League, which takes place in February and March. After the two cricket boards agree on a timeframe during which the series can take place, the tour’s dates will be published in due course. This will be the first bilateral series in which the two close neighbor’s will compete against one another. Due to logistical difficulties caused by the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan, the series that was originally slated to be played this year was cancelled.

Pakistan Tour of Afghanistan 2023

A Future Tour Programmers itinerary released by the Afghanistan Cricket Board indicates that Pakistan would play three One-Day International matches against Afghanistan at the beginning of 2023. On Monday, the Afghan Cricket Board published their FTP for 2022–2023 season. The plan is for Afghanistan to host Pakistan’s cricket squad for three one-day international matches in February–March 2023. The series’ precise dates will be determined later. Due to the lack of venues and the busy schedules of both cricket teams before the T20 World Cup, the series was originally scheduled to begin in September 2021 but was postponed.

According to a press release from the Pakistan Cricket Board, “PCB has accepted Afghanistan Cricket Board’s request to postpone next month’s ODI series due to players’ mental health issues, disruptions in flight operations in Kabul, a lack of broadcasting facilities, and an increase in Covid-19 cases in Sri Lanka.” After discussion, the two cricket governing bodies decided to move the series to the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. Afghanistan will compete in a total of 37 ODIs, 12 T20Is, and three Tests over this time frame, according to the FTP. None of the Test matches will be played on their home ground. The first two of their Test matches are slated for Zimbabwe, and the third is slated for Ireland. Afghanistan will also play three One-Day Internationals against India in March 2022.

Pakistan Tour of Afghanistan 2023

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PAK Tour of Afghanistan 2023 Match Details

Event Name Pakistan Tour of Afghanistan
Start Date Aug 2023
Match ODI
Category Sport
  Venue Afghanistan

About PAK Tour of Afghanistan

According to the Future Tour Programs itinerary released by the Afghanistan Cricket Board, the Pakistan men’s cricket team will be hosted by Afghanistan for three ODIs slated to be played in February-March in 2023. The ACB FTP schedule for 2022–2023 was made public. During that time, the Afghan side will compete in a total of 37 ODIs, 12 T20Is, and 3 tests. The series between Pakistan and Afghanistan will be confirmed at a later time.

None of the Test matches will be played in Afghanistan. One of their Test matches will be played in Ireland, and two will be played in Zimbabwe. Afghanistan will also play three one-day internationals in India in March 2022, and in May–June 2022, they will host Australia for three twenty20 internationals. Afghanistan’s whole five-year plan, 2022–2023.

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PAK Tour of Afghanistan 2023 Schedule

Month Tournament Details
Nov – Dec 2022 Afghanistan Tour of Zimbabwe 2022
Matches: 1 Test, 3 ODI, 2 T20
Venue: Zimbabwe
November 2022 Afghanistan tour of Sri Lanka 2022
Matches: 3 ODI Matches
Venue: Sri Lanka
March 2023 Australia Tour of Afghanistan 2023
Matches: 3 ODI
Venue: Afghanistan
Jun – Jul 2023 Afghanistan Tour of Bangladesh 2023
Matches: 2 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Bangladesh
Jul – Aug 2023 Zimbabwe Tour of Afghanistan 2023
Matches: 2 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Afghanistan
August 2023 Pakistan tour of Afghanistan 2023
Matches: 3 ODI
Venue: Afghanistan | Status: On Schedule
September 2023 Asia Cup 2023
Matches: 12 ODI and 1 Final match
Venue: Sri Lanka | Status: On Schedule
September 2023 West Indies Tour of Afghanistan 2023
Matches: 3 ODI
Venue: Afghanistan
Oct – Nov 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
Matches: 48 ODI
Venue: India
November 2023 Afghanistan vs West Indies 2023
Matches: 3 ODI
Venue: India
January 2024 Ireland Tour of Afghanistan 2024
Matches: 1 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Afghanistan
Jan – Feb 2024 Afghanistan Tour of Sri Lanka 2024
Matches: 1 Test, 3 T20
Venue: Sri Lanka
Jul – Aug 2024 Bangladesh Tour of Afghanistan 2024
Matches: 2 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Afghanistan
August 2024 Australia Tour of Afghanistan 2024
Matches: 3 T20
Venue: Afghanistan
September 2024 New Zealand Tour of Afghanistan 2024
Matches: 1 Test
Venue: Afghanistan
Dec 2024 –Jan 2025 Afghanistan Tour of Zimbabwe 2024-25
Matches: 2 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Zimbabwe
July 2025 Afghanistan Tour of Ireland 2025
Matches: 1 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Ireland
August 2025 Afghanistan Tour of Pakistan 2025
Matches: 3 T20
Venue: Pakistan
September 2025 Asia Cup 2025
Matches: 13 Matches
Venue: TBD
Oct – Nov 2025 Afghanistan Tour of Zimbabwe 2025
Matches: 2 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20
Venue: Zimbabwe

PAK vs Afghanistan Squads

Afghanistan

Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Usman Ghani, Mohammad Shahzad, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Asghar Afghan, Gulbadin Naib, Najibullah Zadran, Karim Janat, Hamid Hassan, Farid Ahmed Malik, Hazratullah Zazai, Naveen ul Haq,

 Pakistan

Babar Azam, Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Hafeez, Asif Ali, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Haris Rauf, Hasan Ali, Shoaib Malik, Haider Ali, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Sohaib Maqsood, Fakhar Zaman

PAK Tour of Afghanistan Match Prediction

In 2023, ACB will host the Pakistani team. A three-match ODI series between Afghanistan and Pakistan is scheduled. The episodes will air in 2023 in February and March. Later confirmation will be made of the tour’s precise dates. ACB posted a photo of the timetable on Twitter.

“We are happy to share our FTP program me for 2022–2023 with you. There were a total of 37 ODIs, 12 T20Is, and 3 tests throughout that time. Additionally, the national squad will compete in a number of ICC and ACC competitions in the next two years, according to the cricket board.

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Afghanistan’s FTP announced Summary

In the upcoming cycle of the Men’s Future Tours Program of the International Cricket Council, which spans from 2023–2027, Afghanistan is slated to play four series against Ireland and three against Zimbabwe in addition to matches against elite squads like Australia, India, and New Zealand. With the confirmation of all bilateral series across the three formats, the FTP announcement, which was the result of the combined efforts of the Full Members with ICC’s cooperation, maintains the predictability of cricket matches. The Members will reveal the series’ actual dates and locations when the time is right. Afghanistan’s obligations begin in June 2023 with a full away tour of Bangladesh that includes two Test matches, three ODIs, and three T20Is. Zimbabwe, Pakistan, and the West Indies are also scheduled to be guests.

“The Afghan Cricket Board is honored to play a significant role in the ICC’s Future Tours Program for the upcoming cycle 2023–2027. The growth of the game and the players will be significantly impacted by the increasing number of test matches, which is crucial for our future objectives. According to the new cycle, we are anxious to play some red-ball cricket against the big nations, who we have always adored to play against. We will collaborate with other boards to increase bilateral cricket because it is essential for both technical and financial development. These matches, in addition to contributing to the growth of cricket, will be crucial for the financial stability of ACB.

Conclusions

In the upcoming cycle of the Men’s Future Tours Program of the International Cricket Council, which spans from 2023 to 2027, Afghanistan is slated to play four series against Ireland and three against Zimbabwe in addition to matches against elite squads like Australia, India, and New Zealand. With the confirmation of all bilateral series across the three formats, the FTP announcement, which was the result of the combined efforts of the Full Members with ICC’s cooperation, maintains the predictability of cricket matches. The Members will reveal the series’ actual dates and locations when the time is right.

Afghanistan’s obligations begin in June 2023 with a full away tour of Bangladesh that consists of two Test matches, three ODIs, and three T20Is. Over the coming months, tours will be hosted against Zimbabwe, Pakistan, and the West Indies. The maximum number of Tests Afghanistan will play is five, and they will also play Zimbabwe in 12 ODIs and 12 T20Is in addition to the five Tests. In four Tests, 12 ODIs, and 10 T20 Internationals, they will compete against Ireland, who received Test status like Afghanistan in 2017. The FTP made public today also confirms home and away obligations against New Zealand, Australia, and India. Naseer Khan, CEO of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, expressed his appreciation for the FTP’s announcement.

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