Pakistan set to play day-night Test against Australia later this year

Pakistan are set to play a day-night Test match against Australia in November during their two-Test and three-T20I series.

Pakistan will play two-Test and three-T20I series in November later this year and it will be a part of the ICC World Test championship, which is ICC’s new tournament.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed on Friday that  one of the two Tests to be played in the series in Adelaide will be a day-night affair featuring the pink ball.

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According to the reports of Herald, Cricket Australi (CA) head a meeting with the PCBand discussed about the day-night Test in Adelaide.

PCB managing director Wasim Khan told Herald –

“The dialogue between CA and the PCB was around what we would need to do to make that tour happen. We also know there’s a lot of bilateral cricket to be played before that. We need to continue to evidence security measures we can put in place. All things being well we can pick up dialogue in early 2022.”

Pakistan last played in Australia back in 2016-17 for a three-match Test series and were whitewashed by Australia 3-0. However, Pakistan took revenge in UAE as they beat Australia 1-0 in the Test series. However, they were beaten comprehensively by 5-0 in the ODI series against the men in yellow recently.

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