Pakistan cricket team's schedule for remainder of 2024

The Green Shirts will be visiting Australia and South Africa in the later part of the year

By Web Desk
June 21, 2024
Pakistani players celebrate after taking a wicket in a T20 World Cup 2024 match. — ICC

The Pakistan cricket team recently suffered a group-stage exit in the T20 World Cup 2024 where they lost to the United States (USA) and India in their first two matches of the tournament which made things difficult for them and ultimately ended their journey.

The Green Shirts will now move forward while forgetting their T20 World Cup performances because the upcoming schedule is important as the ODIs will be in preparation for next year’s Champions Trophy, which they will host, while the Tests will be played as part of the World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25.

Pakistan’s jam-packed schedule will begin in August with a two-Test series against Bangladesh at home, which will also be the first red-ball series of newly-appointed coach Jason Gillespie.

Meanwhile, England will visit Pakistan for a three-Test series, which would be their first red-ball tour since December 2022, in October. 

However, November and December would be the most challenging months for Pakistan as the Green Shirts will tour Australia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Pakistan will only play white-ball cricket against the Aussies and Zimbabwe while they will lock horns in all three formats against South Africa.

Pakistan’s schedule for remainder of 2024

August: Two-match Test series against Bangladesh at home as part of World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25

October: Three-match Test series against England at home as part of World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25

November 4-18: Travel to Australia to play three ODIs and three T20s

November 20 – December 5: Travel to Zimbabwe to play three ODIs and three T20s

December 10 – January 03, 2025: Travel to South Africa to play Three T20Is, three ODIs and two Tests