So, readout Australia’s tour of Pakistan 2021-22 and its complete schedule down below with us!
Australia’s tour of Pakistan 2021-22 | Complete Schedule | Fixtures
Since 1998, Australia has now planned its cricket tour to Pakistan 2021-22. It is a great moment for Pakistan cricket. Thus, the complete schedule has been announced and it is listed down below.
- 3-7 Mar – 1st Test, Karachi
- 12-16 Mar – 2nd Test, Rawalpindi
- 21-25 Mar – 3rd Test, Lahore
- 29 Mar – 1st ODI, Lahore
- 31 Mar – 2nd ODI, Lahore
- 2 Apr – 3rd ODI, Lahore
- 5 Apr – only T20I, Lahore
“Plus, Cricket Australia is excited about the prospect of touring Pakistan next year for what will be a highly anticipated series in a country. So incredibly passionate about the game and their national team,” CA chief Nick Hockley said.
“So, Pakistan is a formidable opposition with an exceptionally talented team. As evidenced by their dynamic performances in the current ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the UAE.
“Thus, we thank the PCB for their considerable efforts in planning for the tour. Also to look forward to continuing to work closely over the coming months to finalise the necessary operations, logistics, security and Covid-19 protocols.
“Therefore, the safety and welfare of our players and staff remain our number one priority. We will continue to work with the PCB. Also, relevant agencies to ensure that appropriate and sufficient arrangements are put in place for the tour.”
“Also, I am delighted to welcome Australia to Pakistan. From a personal point of view. So, it pleases me no end that we’ll be engaged in a three-Test match series. so, connoisseurs delight,” PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said.
“So, Australia is one of the high-performing sides and them playing in our backyard for the first time. after a gap of 24 years will be a special treat for the fans.
“Likewise, it will be a great opportunity for the Australia cricketers to not only play at our iconic venues but also feel and enjoy the respect, love, and hospitality. Thus, that this great country offers, something which most of their previous generation of cricketers missed out by playing offshore.”