29 December 2019 10:37
Pakistan will be looking to host more high-profile series at home. Mohammad Abbas will be hoping for more successful outings in Test cricket. Young Pakistan pacer Naseem Shah has already made waves in the international arena. Pakistan's Abid Ali, second left, has cored a century on his ODI and Test debuts. Pakistan seem to have found a reliable opening batsman in Shan Masood.
EPA Mohammad Amir has retired from Test cricket and is now a white-ball specialist. Babar Azam is a crucial member of Pakistan's white-ball batting and has the added responsibility of T20 captaincy. Getty Images Pakistan's Babar Azam has taken his white-ball form to the Test arena. AFP Pakistan fans celebrated the return of Test cricket to the country after a gap of 10 years. A look at all the matches for the men in green pver the next 12 months The Pakistan cricket team had a forgettable 2019, with a tough World Cup and some heavy defeats in Test matches leading to a change in leadership and management. It's almost a fresh start for the men in green with some crucial contests in 2020. It's a critical year in the World Test Championship where the two teams for the 2021 final will be more or less decided. Pakistan – the top-ranked T20 team – will also get a chance to put their best foot forward at the T20 World Cup in a format they are most comfortable in. Below is the complete schedule for Pakistan in 2020, according to the Future Tours Programme. Schedule January-February: Two Tests and three T20Is against Bangladesh – home. July: Three ODIs against the Netherlands – away July-August: Three Tests against England – away. August: Two T20Is against Ireland – away. August-September: Three T20Is against England – away. September: Asia Cup. October: Three ODIs and three T20Is against South Africa – away. October-November: ICC T20 World Cup. November-December: Three ODIs and three T20Is against Zimbabwe – home. December-January: Two Tests and three T20Is against New Zealand – away.