Terrorism has affected Pakistani cricket in the 2010s. Many series were withdrawn or abandoned due to security concerns. But Hey World! We are back on the track. The cricket fans should get ready for the jam-packed 2022 in terms of cricket. Our domestic, national, and international teams are on fire. Kyun kay hum kisi se kum nahin. Pakistan Vs Australia Series’ schedule is here and we couldn’t be more excited! The series is scheduled to start from 3rd March – 5th April including 3 Tests, 3 ODIs, and 1 T20i. Schedule aa gaya hai or Cricket chah gaya hai!
Cricket for Pakistan in 2022 will start with PSL 7 scheduled from 27th January- 27th February. Australia will be visiting Pakistan after 24 years, their last visit was in 1998.
Australia’s victory in Ashes
Australia has been going strong in Ashes by defeating England 4-0. They are in high spirits. After Ashes, their test ranking has improved. They will try to retain the positions in the ICC Test Rankings. The Australians are also busy with back-to-back series till May. It would be tough to select players as the situation due to COVID is a little tricky. The final squad is yet to be named.
The Australian players have backed the series and are excited to visit Pakistan. We hope to see the star players of the Australian team. Pat Cummins, the Test Captain for the kangaroos is excited about the series, “ (We are) excited to go and try our ways in different conditions.” Appreciating PCB’s effort for the series he said, “Still a bit to work through… but at this stage. It’s all looking really positive, the amount of work the PCB has put into it is fantastic.”
— ASports (@asportstvpk) January 13, 2022
Pak Vs Aus Schedule
The schedule of the tour is as follows:
- 1st Test Match (Khi) – 3rd-7th March 2022
- 2nd Test Match (Rwp) -12th-16th March 2022
- 3rd Test Match (Lhr) – 21st-25th March 2022
- 1st ODI (Lhr) – 29th March 2022
- 2nd ODI (Lhr) -31st March 2022
- 3rd ODI (Lhr) – 2nd April 2022
- 5th April in Lahore
(Courtesy: Cricket Australia) We welcome the Australian team and hope to see some amazing cricket from both sides.
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