England cricket chiefs on Monday showed dates and venues for Pakistan’s three-Check excursion, with the collection beginning at Outdated Trafford on August 5. World cricket returns on Wednesday following the coronavirus lockdown when England play the primary fit in their three-Check collection towards the West Indies on the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, adopted via two fits at Outdated Trafford, in Manchester. The primary fit of the Pakistan collection may also happen at Outdated Trafford, with the second one two on the Ageas Bowl. The second one Check begins on August 13, with the 3rd starting on August 21.
Each venues are regarded as bio-secure, with motels on web site.
Outdated Trafford may also host 3 Twenty20 World (T20I) fits between England and Pakistan, on August 28, 30 and September 1.
Eire will play 3 one-day internationals on the Ageas Bowl on July 30, August 1 and August 4.
ECB leader govt Tom Harrison stated: “Affirmation of those fits towards Eire and Pakistan is any other essential step for our sport as we start to safely level global cricket once more, but additionally to minimise the affect the COVID-19 pandemic has had, and can proceed to have, on cricket in any respect ranges.
“It has taken vital effort and experience to permit us to achieve a place the place cricket is now in a position and in a position to go back to the sphere of play from the elite degree to leisure cricket.”
Talks are ongoing over doable dates for Australia’s white-ball excursion and England ladies’s tri-series towards India and South Africa.