The Pakistan cricket team had a forgettable 2019, with a tough World Cup and some heavy defeats in Test matches leading to a change in leadership and management.
It's almost a fresh start for the men in green with some crucial contests in 2020. It's a critical year in the World Test Championship where the two teams for the 2021 final will be more or less decided.
Pakistan – the top-ranked T20 team – will also get a chance to put their best foot forward at the T20 World Cup in a format they are most comfortable in.
Below is the complete schedule for Pakistan in 2020, according to the Future Tours Programme.
January 24-27: Three T20Is against Bangladesh – home.
February 7-11: First Test against Bangladesh – home.
April 3: One-off ODI against Bangladesh – home.
April 5-9: Second Test against Bangladesh – home.
July: Three ODIs against the Netherlands – away
July-August: Three Tests against England – away.
August: Two T20Is against Ireland – away.
August-September: Three T20Is against England – away.
September: Asia Cup.
October: Three ODIs and three T20Is against South Africa – away.
October-November: ICC T20 World Cup.
November-December: Three ODIs and three T20Is against Zimbabwe – home.
December-January: Two Tests and three T20Is against New Zealand – away.