Zimbabwe-Pakistan series to be played behind closed doors
March 28, 2021 by Cricbuzz Staff
Pakistan is set to visit Zimbabwe for a two-match, three-international Twenty20 test series in April-May 2021. All matches will be played at the Harare Sports Club and no spectators will be allowed. Pakistan will become the first team to visit Zimbabwe after COVID.
Pakistan will arrive in Zimbabwe on April 17 and the tour will start with the T20I, starting April 21 and followed by two tests, which will be played from April 29. The last match of the tour – the second test will be played from May 7th.
“The Pakistan Cricket Board has been at the forefront of the rebirth of international cricket in the post-Covid-19 world and the Zimbabwe tour is another step in that direction,” Pakistan director Zakir Khan said on Sunday. – International Cricket (March 28). “We have always maintained that cricket and Covid-19 can coexist in a safe and secure environment, and we continue to demonstrate this to ensure the game thrives and thrives in these difficult and difficult times.
“The tour of our men’s team on the back of our women’s team’s very first visit to Zimbabwe is a testament that the two councils – PCB and Zimbabwe Cricket – have a great relationship and are always ready to support each other.
“Our cricketers have always enjoyed visiting and playing cricket in Zimbabwe, and although our fans and followers may not be able to watch the action live, I am sure they will continue to support both teams and their cricketers. favorite as they have been doing since May 2020 across digital media. “
Earlier this year, the tour of Pakistani women’s teams in Zimbabwe was abruptly halted due to travel issues.
April 21 – 1st T20I – 11:00 a.m. (local time)
April 23 – 2 T20I – 11:00 a.m. (local time)
April 25 – 3rd T20I – 11:00 a.m. (local time)
April 29 – May 3 – 1st test – 9:30 am (local time)
May 7-11 – 2nd test – 9:30 am (local time)