Full coverage of Pakistan vs England Schedule 2022 Series with upcoming match dates, schedule, results and ball by ball commentary. The England tour of Pakistan in 2022 includes 3 Test and 7 T20 matches.
The Pakistan vs England schedule 2022 is all set for the bilateral series where both teams will play 10 matches T20 and Test series starting from first week of June 2022. A total of 10 matches will be played during September / December period including 7 T20 matches and 3 Test matches. Here’s everything you must know about the PAK vs ENG cricket series, team squads, full schedule, schedule PDF download, team news and updates.
Pakistan vs England Schedule 2022 with PAK vs ENG Schedule, Time Table, Squad Players and Live Score for all Upcoming T20, ODIs and Test Matches
Complete itinerary and fixtures of Pakistan tour of England and England tour of England in 2022 has been announced. The Pakistan vs England Schedule 2022 has been officially confirmed, a bilateral series arranged by ECB and PCB under ICC FTP during September. The following matches will be playing during two separate tours of each team. The first tour of Pakistan to England consists of 7 T20 matches in September just before the T20 World Cup while England tour of Pakistan in 2022 will consist of only 3 Test matches.
Below is the full Pakistan vs England 2022 schedule with complete fixtures and time table of all matches, dates, venues and timing of matches in GMT, local and PKT (Pakistan local time).
Pakistan vs England Series / Tour Programs
As per PAK vs ENG schedule, both teams will play several matches over upcoming months during bilateral series and ICC events. In addition to these ICC events, both teams are set to play a bilateral series first in England and then in Pakistan later this year.
|Dates / Month||Series Details||Host|
|16 October – 13 November 2022||ICC T20 World Cup 2022||Australia|
|December 2022||England tour of Pakistan||Pakistan|
|Jan – Feb 2023||PSL 2023 (PAK / ENG Players)||India|
|10 October – 26 November 2023||ICC Cricket World Cup 2023||India|
PAK vs ENG – Upcoming Test Matches (December 2022)
|Dec 01, Thu – Dec 05, Mon||Pakistan vs England 1st Test||11:30pm EST (-1d) | 4:30am GMT | 9:30am Local|
Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
|Dec 09, Fri – Dec 13, Tue||Pakistan vs England 2nd Test||11:30pm EST (-1d) | 4:30am GMT | 9:30am Local|
Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
|Dec 17, Sat – Dec 21, Wed||Pakistan vs England 3rd Test||11:30pm EST (-1d) | 4:30am GMT | 9:30am Local|
National Stadium, Karachi
England tour of Pakistan – PAK vs ENG – T20 Matches (September 2022)
|Sep 20, Tue||Pakistan vs England 1st T20||National Stadium, Karachi|
|Sep 22, Thu||Pakistan vs England 2nd T20||National Stadium, Karachi|
|Sep 23, Fri||Pakistan vs England 3rd T20||National Stadium, Karachi|
|Sep 25, Sun||Pakistan vs England 4th T20||National Stadium, Karachi|
|Sep 28, Wed||Pakistan vs England 5th T20||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore|
|Sep 30, Fri||Pakistan vs England 6th T20||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore|
|Oct 02, Sun||Pakistan vs England 7th T20||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore|
Pakistan vs England T20 World Cup Final – Sunday November 13, 2022
|Nov 13, Sun||Pakistan vs England Final T20||1:30pm IST / 1pm PKT / 3am EST / 8am GMT / 7pm Local|
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Pakistan vs England Schedule Download (PDF)
The PDF for Pakistan and England Time table and full schedule for T20s, ODIs and Tests is now available for download. You can download the PDF file and access it offline later.
Pakistan vs England Series – 2022/2023 Coverage
The first part of England tour of Pakistan has been confirmed to take place in September while the second part will comment in December 2022. Initially, both teams are set to play 7-match T20 series ahead of the T20 World Cup as part of the their preparation for the mega event in Australia. The Pakistan vs England (PAK vs ENG) series is a bilateral series and both teams will play 7 T20 matches followed by 3 Test matches. Both teams will also play in the T20 World Cup that is to be held in Australia in October this year.
Both teams will play total of 10 matches including 7 T20 and 3 Test matches during the bilateral series. The Pakistan-England bilateral series is a part of the Future Cricket Tour Programs (FTP) which has been prepared by the International Cricket Council (ICC), PCB and ECB. The Pakistan vs England 2022 schedule page has also been updated with all relevant details including date, timing and venues.
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CONCLUDED – PAK vs ENG Series – 2020/21 Coverage
The Pakistan tour of England, Ireland and Netherlands is finally confirmed by Pakistan Cricket Board after long discussions and wait. The Pakistan vs England series is a bilateral series held every year during the summer between July & September.
In 2020, both teams will play three Tests followed by 3 T20s. The initial plan is to skip the ODIs in order to prepare for the T20 World Cup that is to be held in Australia later this year. Pakistan will also play Ireland and Netherlands during this tour.
There are a total of 11 matches including 5 T20s, 3 ODIs and 3 T20s to be played during Pakistan tour of England, Ireland and Netherlands. The PAK-ENG bilateral series is a part of the Future Cricket Tour Programs (FTP) which has been prepared by the International Cricket Council (ICC), PCB and ECB Cricket Board.
Pakistan vs England 2020 schedule has now been confirmed and it is available with all details including date, timing and venues. While all efforts are being made to hold the series alive, we might expect delay/postponement or cancellation altogether due to COVID-19 crisis in Europe.
We will be updating this page for more updates about the PAK-ENG series during coming weeks. CricketSchedule offers schedule, live scores, latest news, squads and players info of the Pakistan-England (PAK vs ENG) series. Stay tuned for more updates.
Cricket Resumes with PAK vs ENG Series
England and Pakistan are ready to play their part for the resumption of cricket which is still comatose due to ongoing pandemic COVID-19. Pakistani squad (who tested negative) reached England on 28th June and completed their 14-day quarantine period at Blackfinch New Road, Worcester. The tour will officially commence from August 5 consisting of three tests and three t20 International matches. All the action will be played behind closed doors with new ICC regulations in Bio Secure environment.
The first Test Match at Old Trafford in Manchester while second and third test matches will be at The Rose Bowl Stadium in Southampton. The main reason behind choosing these venues was their ON -Site Hotel Facility which helps to create Bio-Secure Bubble as no team bus travels and no stepping out. To prevent and spread harmful organisms from outside world Players will live in a gated community with no physical access to the outer world. The visitors will be tested after every five days to minimize the risk. Steve Elworthy, England and Wales Cricket’s Board of Director believes the way arrangements are structured they are enough to handle the worst-case scenario.
New guidelines amid COVID-19
International Cricket Council issued a new set of guidelines to ensure the safety of players and reduce the risks posed by COVID 19.
COVID Substitute: What if a Player tests positive or shows symptoms? A “like for like” replacement is proposed by ICC and teams will be allowed to replace players only during test matches.
No Saliva: Players will not be permitted to use Saliva to shine the ball. ICC medical expert Dr Peter highlighted the risk of transmission of the virus through Saliva. The batting team will be rewarded 5 penalty runs after two official warnings if the bowling team keeps using saliva on the ball. In case Saliva is applied to the ball, umpires will make sure to clean the ball. Former bowling greats like Micheal Holding, Shoaib Akhtar, Shaun Pollack have questioned the ban on Saliva as it will immensely affect the bowling unit and their performance.
Home Umpires: Local Umpires and Match officials from ICC Elite panel are allowed to officiate the proceedings for the first time since 2002. The requirement to appoint Neutral Umpires is temporarily lifted because of Travel Restrictions.
Extra Review: ICC approved an additional DRS review for each team per innings so there should be no bias in favour of, or against, either team during officiating, earlier each team was awarded 2 DRS reviews per innings of a test match and 1 review in an ODI. ICC doesn’t want the less experienced local umpires to hurt the result of a game.
Additional LOGO: As teams and cricket boards have taken a financial hit due to the stoppage of cricketing activities. A logo not exceeding 32 square inches alongside three other logos is now allowed by ICC to help Cricket Nations earn few bucks. Previously teams could not put any logo on the chest of a shirt of a test match.
Moreover, Players are encouraged to maintain social distance and avoid body contact as much as possible, Players will not be handing over their stuff to umpires as well. ICC also suggested using a larger squad for the tours.
PAK vs ENG series: Coaches, Teams, Conditions
England cricket team is currently playing their final test match of the series against West Indies while the Pakistani team has engaged themselves in Intra-Team warm matches to prepare. Pakistan announced a 29-member Squad for England Tour, on the other hand, we expect the current squad of England playing against West Indies to face Green team. England holds a better position at test ranking with no 4 position while Pakistan is struggling with at no 7. If we take a look at World Championship England has moved to no 3position with 180 points after levelling the series with Careeban squad, however, Pakistan holds no 5 Position with 140 points. Both the team will be eyeing to secure a better place at the table through their performances.
Pakistan have hired the services of Younis Khan and Mushtaq Ahmed as Batting and spin Bowling Coaches respectively to uplift the performance of the team. It is Younis Khan’s first assignment with PCB and he is keen to transfer his skills & knowledge to the young guns of the squad by implementing man-management model like late Bob Woolmer. Mushtaq, on the other hand, is experienced and have already worked with both Pakistan and England in the past. He understands English conditions, squad, and highly regarded as mentor globally. Both the veterans will assist Misbah and Waqar to achieve their targets.
Playing against England at their Home soil is always been a tough task for any touring side. Pakistan have shortlisted 20 players for the uphill task ahead. Wahab Riaz, Fawad Alam, Sarfaraz Ahmad, Sohail khan have paved their way back into the team, Skipper Azhar Ali is concerned with over-rate as players will have to leave their Personal stuff outside the boundary line meanwhile he’s hopeful that players will eventually adapt to new rules over the course of time. Pakistan and England will be looking to exploit each other weaknesses, English bowlers will target the fragile batting department of Pakistani team while Pakistan will once again rely on their Pace attack to dismantle the Englishmen. Bio-secure environment will help the players to improve team bonding and focus on Cricket as there won’t be much of other stuff to do.
The PCB CEO Wasim Khan admitted it wasn’t an easy decision to send the team to England after several players tested positive of Novel Coronavirus but continued with the plan for the sake of restoration of Gentleman game. Pakistani team head Coach Misbah insisted that PCB has not asked for anything in return from ECB for agreeing to play under these circumstances. Playing behind closed doors will not be something new as Pakistan mainly played test matches in UAE with empty seats, he further added. ECB chief Executive officer, Tom Harrison sees this series as another significant step towards to Re-Start International Cricket, he also appreciated the players, staff members for their willingness and cooperation for playing a vital role in Bring the action back at cricket Grounds.
Pakistan vs England 2022 Squads / Players
Pakistan Test Squad against England:
Pakistan squad for England Tests: Babar Azam (c), Mohammad Rizwan (vc & wk), Abdullah Shafique, Abrar Ahmed, Azhar Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Haris Rauf, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Ali, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Wasim Jnr, Naseem Shah, Nauman Ali, Salman Ali Agha, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Saud Shakeel, Shan Masood and Zahid Mehmood
England Test Squad against Pakistan:
England squad: Ben Stokes (capt), James Anderson, Harry Brook, Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ben Foakes (wk), Will Jacks, Keaton Jennings, Jack Leach, Liam Livingstone, Jamie Overton, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Joe Root, Mark Wood
Pakistan vs England (PAK vs ENG) Series FAQs
When does the PAK vs ENG series begin?
The series between Pakistan and England has been confirmed in December. The England team visits Pakistan in December where both teams will play three Test matches.
How many matches will both teams play?
Both Pakistan and England will play a total of 10 matches that includes 7 T20 and 3 Tests during September and December months this year. Both teams will also participate in the T20 World Cup later this year when Pakistan tour Australia in October/November.
What are the series Venues for Pakistan – Australia series?
Matches will be played at three different venues in Karachi, Rawalpindi and Multan.
How can I set free reminder for Match Timings?
You can set reminder through our match calendar which sets match timings according to your time zone. Users need to add match timing through Google Calendar (Android/Windows etc) and iCal Calendar in Apple devices.
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