‘Postponed PAKvBAN Test not possible this season’ PCB informs BCB


Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has informed Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) that the postponed Karachi Test will not be held this season, ARY Sports reported.

According to sources, there is no possibility of playing the remaining Test in 2020 due to the national team’s busy schedule

The scheduled Test match of the two match-Test series was postponed in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tigers were scheduled to arrive in Karachi for a Test and an ODI.

The first Test which was part of the ICC Test Championship was played in Rawalpindi in February along with three T20Is in January.

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“After looking at the Pakistan team’s engagements, the Test can be scheduled in 2021-22 season,” PCB.

The national team has a very busy schedule ahead. Pakistan will host Zimbabwe in October-November, the remaining Pakistan Super League (PSL) season five matches, Pakistan’s tour of New Zealand is included in the upcoming schedule.

Home series against South Africa in January 2021, PSL 6 in February-March, Pakistan’s tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe are also included in the schedule.

The Pakistan Cricket team will also travel to England for three-match ODI series next summer.

It must be noted that the ICC Test Championship could further go for another year due to incomplete series between the Test-playing nations.

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