Pakistan will be hosting Test series against England and the West Indies this year. Please refer to the calendar for further details.

The 2024–25 home international season will commence with Bangladesh engaging in two Test matches in Rawalpindi from August 21st to 25th and in Karachi from August 30th to September 3rd.

England is scheduled to visit Pakistan for a series of three Test matches at Multan (7-11 October), Karachi (15-19 October), and Rawalpindi (24-28 October). Additionally, the West Indies will be playing two Test matches in Karachi (16-20 January) and Multan (24-28 January).

In addition, New Zealand and South Africa will participate in a One Day International (ODI) tri-series in Multan from 8-14 February.

In addition to the domestic matches, the men’s squad will embark on a tour of Australia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa from 4 November to 7 January. During this trip, they will participate in two Test matches, nine One Day Internationals (ODIs), and nine Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is).

The ICC World Test Championship 2023-25 will have nine Tests against Bangladesh, England, South Africa, and the West Indies.

PCB Chairman Mohsin Naqvi emphasized the utmost need of promptly determining, securing, and publicizing our upcoming 2024-25 domestic cricket season. This allows ample time for the management of both the men’s cricket team and the PCB event staff to adequately prepare, strategize, and execute these series in a manner that meets our exceptionally high expectations and standards. It will effectively demonstrate Pakistan’s excellence as a cricket nation and the PCB’s commitment to professionalism.

By releasing the comprehensive timetable for our domestic cricket matches, we are extending an invitation and urging our enthusiastic local and visiting cricket fans to organize their vacations accordingly. Not only will they be entertained with thrilling and intense cricket, but they will also have the chance to discover the abundant attractions of this exquisite country.


Bangladesh in Pakistan (Two Tests)

21-25 Aug – First Test, Rawalpindi

30 Aug-3 Sep – Second Test, Karachi

England in Pakistan (Three Tests)

7-11 Oct – First Test, Multan

15-19 Oct – Second Test, Karachi

24-28 Oct – Third Test, Rawalpindi

West Indies in Pakistan (Two Tests)

16-20 Jan – First Test, Karachi

24-28 Jan – Second Test, Multan

New Zealand and South Africa in Pakistan (ODI tri-series)

8 Feb – Pakistan v New Zealand, Multan

vs.10 Feb: New Zealand v South Africa, Multan

12 Feb – Pakistan v South Africa, Multan

14 Feb – Final, Multan

ICC Champions Trophy 2025 (Schedule to be announced by the ICC; participating teams are: Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and South Africa)

19 Feb-Opening match

9 Mar – Final


Pakistan to Australia (three ODIs, three T20Is)

4 Nov – First ODI, Melbourne

8 Nov – Second ODI, Adelaide

10 Nov – Third ODI, Perth

14 Nov – First T20I, Brisbane

16 Nov – Second T20I, Sydney

18 Nov – Third T20I, Hobart

Pakistan to Zimbabwe (three ODIs, three T20Is)

24 Nov – First ODI, Bulawayo

26 Nov – Second ODI, Bulawayo

28 Nov – Third ODI, Bulawayo

1 Dec – First T20I, Bulawayo

3 Dec – Second T20I, Bulawayo

5 Dec – Third T20I, Bulawayo

Pakistan to South Africa (Three T20Is, three ODIs and two Tests)

10 Dec – First T20I, Durban

13 Dec – Second T20I, Centurion

14 Dec – Third T20I, Johannesburg

17 Dec – First ODI, Paarl

19 Dec – Second ODI, Cape Town

22 Dec – Third ODI, Johannesburg

26-30 Dec – First Test, Centurion

3–7 Jan: Second Test, Cape Town

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