The inaugural edition of the CWC Super League will begin from May 2020 and will run till March 2022
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.
The inaugural edition of the CWC Super League will begin from May 2020 and will run till March 2022.
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:
July: Away series vs Netherlands - Three ODIs
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
The Cricket Pakistan team talks about the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and Sri Lanka's hesitation in touring Pakistan in Talk Cricket with Saleem Khaliq.18/Sep/2019