The competition will act as a qualification pathway for the 2023 ICC World Cup in India
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has introduced a Cricket World Cup (CWC) Super League which will act as a qualification pathway for the 2023 ICC World Cup in India.
Getting underway on 30 July 2020 in Southampton, the Super League will begin with a series between world champions England and Ireland.
Thirteen teams will take part in the competition, with each team playing eight series over a two-year period. These series will be played on a home and away basis and will comprise of three one-day internationals (ODIs).
Following is the schedule for Pakistan in CWC Super League:
October: Away series vs South Africa - Three ODIs
December: Home series vs Zimbabwe - Three ODIs
July: Away series vs England - Three ODIs
September: Away series vs Afghanistan - Three ODIs
October: Home series vs New Zealand - Three ODIs
December: Home series vs West Indies - Three ODIs
March: Home series vs Australia - Three ODIs
Series postponed due to Covid-19
July 2020: Away series vs Netherlands - Three ODIs