England add South Africa and New Zealand tours to packed 2022-23 winter

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England add South Africa and also New Zealand trips to jam-packed 2022-23 wintertime

Information Modifications to FTP mean England will certainly play reciprocal men’s series in five different countries

England will visit South Africa and New Zealand in early 2023, ESPNcricinfo can reveal.In the initial

version of the Future Tours Program(FTP )for 2018-23, the men’s 50-over World Cup was because of be presented in India in February-March 2023 yet the postponement of the 2020 males’s T20 World Cup to October-November 2022 shifted that tournament back to an October-November window.The ECB validated in August that England’s tour of Bangladesh, which will include three ODIs and three T20Is, had actually been pushed back until March 2023, loading part of the gap in their schedule, and also ESPNcricinfo comprehends that England will certainly also complete trips of South Africa and also New Zealand at the beginning of the year.The excursion of South Africa will include three ODIs as well as forms part of the World Cup Super League, with the series at first established for December 2020 till a Covid-19 scare in
the England camp motivated a final postponement. The series will certainly now be played in late January.England will after that travel to New Zealand for a two-Test series in February, which does not form part of the World Examination Champion as well as reciprocates New Zealand’s excursion promptly before the WTC final in June this year.England are currently as a result of play males’s bilateral collection in five various countries in the 2022-23 winter season, as well as the T20 World Cup in Australia. Their wintertime is arranged to begin with 7 T20Is in Pakistan from late September, after that three T20Is as well as three ODIs in Australia either side of the World Cup.

They after that tour Pakistan once more for 3 Tests in December 2022 before the scenic tours of South Africa, New Zealand and also Bangladesh in very early 2023. Matt Roller is an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo. @mroller98 Released at Thu, 02 Dec 2021 15:26:42 -0600

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