The 2 teams will first face each other among December 2022 and January 2023 for 2 Tests, which will be part of the World Test Championship and three ODIs, which will be part of the ODI Super League. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) publized that New Zealand will tour Pakistan twofold in 2022-23 to “make up for” the tour it deserted in September this year, hours earlier than the first match was scheduled to begin.
New Zealand Tour to Pakistan 2022-23 Schedule
The preparations for the tours were finalised after meetings among PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) Chairman Martin Snedden. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and his New Zealand complement Martin Snedden get together in Dubai final month to build bridges among the boards. The Black Caps had called off their white-ball tour of Pakistan minutes before the begin of the opening ODI in Rawalpindi later than New Zealand Cricket conventional intelligence from their government regarding a security threat.
New Zealand to tour Pakistan twice in 2022-23 season: 2 Tests, 8 ODIs and 5 T20Is in schedule
The latest statement means Pakistan will host eight Tests 11 ODIs and 13 T20Is against Australia, England and New Zealand in the time from March 2022 to April 2023. The two administrations administer to work out the particulars in Dubai last month and effectively scheduled the 2 tours. First up, the New Zealand will travel in December 2022-January 2023 for a 2-match Test series follow by 3 ODIs.
New Zealand will play 2 Tests and 3 ODIs in December 2022-January 2023
They will return for 5 ODIs and as many T20Is in April 2023
New Zealand had abandoned a tour of Pakistan in September due to security concerns
The first visit will be a part of the Future Tours Programme, whereas the second was arranged to make up for the matches gone when New Zealand called off their limited-overs tour of Pakistan in September this year minutes earlier than the scheduled begin of the first ODI, citing security concerns. The limited-overs tour in April 2023 will have 2 additional ODIs being played, along through those scheduled in the 2021 series.
PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja thought New Zealand would tour Pakistan for 2 Tests and three ODIs in December/January 2022-23 as measurement of the Future Tours Programme and will go back in April 2023 to play five ODIs and as many T20Is to formulate up for the abandoned September 2023 tour.