The scheduled cricket series between Pakistan and New Zealand in Ireland is likely to be postponed due to corona virus.
New Zealand has overcome the corona virus and sports activities have begun to resume there, but the international cricket series in Ireland is a source of concern.
New Zealand and Pakistan are scheduled to play a cricket series in Ireland in the next few weeks, but according to media reports, there is no possibility of an international cricket series in Ireland soon due to the corona virus.
New Zealand is scheduled to play a series of three ODIs and three T20I matches against Ireland in June and July.
New Zealand’s three T20 matches are scheduled for June 19, 21 and 23, while the three ODIs are scheduled for June 27 and 30 and July 2.
The Pakistan cricket team is also scheduled to play T20 matches in Ireland on July 12 and 14, but in the current situation, the series does not seem to be taking place.
Pakistan cricket team’s tour to the Netherlands has already been postponed. Pakistan was scheduled to play three ODIs against the Netherlands in July.
In addition, regarding the cricket series between Pakistan and England, the board officials of the two countries will attend a meeting on May 15 via video conference in which a decision regarding the series will be taken.