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Pakistan is scheduled to visit the Netherlands in August for three One Day Internationals

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced the men’s and women’s teams’ 12-month cricket schedules earlier this month. Men’s fixtures include home bilateral series against New Zealand and England, in which the Men In Green will host the World Cup finalists twice.

Meanwhile, Pakistan’s national cricket body has announced several away fixtures, one of which involves a One Day International series in the Netherlands in August. The series, which was originally set for a few years ago, has now been assigned a date and confirmed.

The bilateral series was originally set for June 2020, but was forced to be postponed indefinitely owing to the epidemic of COVID-19. Both sides will play a three-match One-Day International series in August in Rotterdam. Pakistan have dominated the Dutch in all of their ICC confrontations, winning the 1996 World Cup, the 2002 ICC Champions Trophy, and the 2003 World Cup.

This will be the first time both sides have met in a bilateral series. The three games are set to take place at the VOC Cricket Ground on August 16, 18, and 21.