The men’s Future Tours Program 2023–2027 was announced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in which the country will host 10 Test-playing teams.
On Wednesday, PCB announced that over the course of four years, the PCB has scheduled about 238 days of international cricket.
This schedule includes 27 ICC World Test Championship matches (13 at home and 14 away), 47 one-day international matches (26 at home and 21 away), and 56 T20 International matches (27 home and 29 away).
This also includes matches in the ACC 50-over Asia Cup and the ICC Champions Trophy, which Pakistan will host in 2023 and 2025, respectively.
The number of games may increase depending on how Pakistan performs in ICC and ACC competitions between 2023 and 2027, as well as in the three-nation ODI series in 2025 and 2026.
For the first time in more than 20 years, Pakistan will host 10 out of the 12 ICC Full Member countries, according to its FTP 2023–2027.
In 2025, as part of the preparations for the ICC Champions Trophy, Pakistan will play in a tri-series with New Zealand and South Africa.
England and Sri Lanka will play a series in October/November of 2026.