So here’s what Pakistan’s schedule for 2021 looks like:
South Africa vs Pakistan- January
After completing their New Zealand tour, Men in Green will host the Proteas in Pakistan from 26 January to 14 February for a tour consisting of two tests and three T20Is.
Pakistan tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe- April to May
After hosting South Africa, Pakistan will visit South Africa for three ODIs and as many T20Is as possible. After that, their neighbours will be visiting Zimbabwe for a tour consisting of two tests and three T20Is with dates that have yet to be confirmed.
Asia Cup In June 2021
In the month of June, Pakistan will play their arch-rivals India in the Asian Cup and their other Asian counterparts. After a two-year break, the Asian side will play India.
Pakistan tour of England- July
Babar Azam and his men are heading to the British country for a tour where three ODIs and as many T20Is are going to be played.
England Tour of Pakistan in October Babar Azam and his men will play the role of hosts for the same team for a two-match T20I series following the completion of the England tour.
World Cup T20- October
For the most anticipated T20 World Cup, Men in Green will then land in India where they will be up against a lot of teams and show why they are highly ranked in the shortest format as a team.
Pakistan tour of Bangladesh- November
After the World Cup participation is done, Pakistan will travel to Bangladesh for a tour consisting of two tests and three T20Is.
West Indies tour of Pakistan
For a white-ball leg consisting of 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is, Babar Azam and co will end 2021 with a tour where they will host the Windies.