Cricket Ireland affirms Pakistan white-ball visit in 2025

Cricket Ireland has officially confirmed a first men's tour of Pakistan in August and September next year. The series, which will see Ireland and Pakistan play three T20Is and three ODIs, was a part of the Future Tours Programme (FTP), scheduled for September 2025. The delivery makes no itemized notice of dates and settings, or some other particulars concerning the timetable of the visit. It continues following Ireland Ladies visiting Pakistan, who additionally played three ODIs and three T20Is, in November 2022. The choice was finished after PCB administrator Mohsin Naqvi met Cricket Ireland seat Cerebrum MacNeice. The PCB at first put out a proclamation seeming to affirm Ireland would likewise play a Test series in Pakistan, one that was not piece of the FTP. "Executive Cricket Ireland said that the Irish group would visit Pakistan one year from now in August-September for a Test series and would likewise survey the chance of a ladies' group visit to Pakistan soon," the PCB explanation said. At the point when ESPNcricinfo reached the PCB for additional subtleties, the PCB rejected that any such Test series had authoritatively been in understanding, regardless of the board's own assertion apparently affirming it. A Cricket Ireland representative said that subtleties of the visit's apparatus rundown would be examined by the two sheets in future. Hours after the PCB discharge, Cricket Ireland put out an authority explanation on their own site connecting with Naqvi's gathering with MacNeice. In "far reaching conversations", it just affirmed that the two sheets "had the option to concur a men's visit one year from now - this will be one more noteworthy first, coming after the visit to Pakistan by our senior ladies in 2022." The Pakistan men's side is as of now in Ireland partaking in a three-match T20I series. The sides split the initial two games 1-1, with the series decider on Tuesday.

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