Pakistan tour to Zimbabwe 2013 Series Schedule

Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe 2013 will be start from 23 August 2013.

The dates for Pakistan’s full tour of Zimbabwe have finally announced little more than two weeks before the first match. Pakistan and Zimbabwe Cricket team player to each other two T20 matches and three One Say International matches while two Test matches decided. Zimbabwe team and Pakistan team played from 19th August to 14 September 2013 so during the all cricket games all cricket fans are enjoy with all Cricket updates and live scorecard.

All One Day International matches and T20 matches will be played in Harare Sports ground while the second test match will be played in Queens Sports ground, Bulawayo. Pakistan Cricket Board decided they elected the some new player against the Zimbabwe tour like India Cricket team. Pakistan team provide a very low quality cricket in ICC Champion Trophy 2013 so in West Indies tour Pakistan change the squad and experienced player where included in the Pakistan team.

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe all cricket matches match live broadcast on PTV Sports and Ten Sports TV Channel in Pakistan while Star Cricket TV Channel telecast Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe matches in India. Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe T20 matches will be started at 11:30 GMT | 13:30 Local | 16:30 PKT and ODI matches at 07:30 GMT | 09:30 Local | 12:30 PKT, while test matches will be start at 08:00 GMT | 10:00 Local | 13:00 PKT.

The Series will be played in Harare Sports Stadium and Queens sports stadium in the Zimbabwe. The Pakistan Cricket team is one of the International team, having full membership of test status from ICC. Pakistan has won ICC Cricket World Cup in 1992 and T20 World Cup in 2009. They were runners up in the ODI World Cup of 1999 and Twenty20 World Cup of 2007.

Queens Sports Club

This Stadium is also or formerly known as Queens Club. Queens Sports Ground is a multipurpose stadium in Bulawayo Zimbabwe. It is used mostly for Cricket matches. The Queen’s Club Stadium was established in 1890s.

The Queen’s Club stadium has capacity 12490 peoples. The club is one of two home grounds for the Matabeleland cricket Team and the other Matabeleland Cricket ground in Bulawayo is the Bulawayo Athletic club.
Queens’s sports club is Zimbabwe’s second ground and the first being the Harare Sports Ground.Queens Sports Club became Zimbabwe’s third Test venue is October 1994.

Harare Sports Club

Harare Sports Club is the Cricket ground in Harare, Zimbabwe. Initially known as Salisbury Sports, Harare Cricket Stadium has served as the primary cricket venue in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe since its inception. Harare Cricket ground has capacity 10000 people. In 1994, Harare Club was the site of Zimbabwe’s first ever Test wins.

Zimbabwe played here first test in 18 Oct 1992 against India and last test match was played here Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh 25 April 2013. The First ODI match played here Zimbabwe vs India 25 Oct 1992 and last ODI match played here Zimbabwe vs India 24 July 2013. The Harare Club hosted its first T20 International in 2010 which was again, a match between India & Zimbabwe.

The ground is a rather small one with a capacity of 10000 people. But the capacity can be increased by adding temporary stands. In fact, in a match between Rhodesia & MCC in 1956 the ground had its biggest crowd which was more than 26000.

Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe Fixture
Date Match Ground Time
23 Aug 1st T20 Harare Sports Club 11:30 GMT | 13:30 Local | 16:30 PKT
24 Aug 2nd T20 Harare Sports Club 11:30 GMT | 13:30 Local | 16:30 PKT
27 Aug 1st ODI Harare Sports Club 07:30 GMT | 09:30 Local | 12:30 PKT
29 Aug 2nd ODI Harare Sports Club 07:30 GMT | 09:30 Local | 12:30 PKT
31 Aug 3rd ODI Harare Sports Club 07:30 GMT | 09:30 Local | 12:30 PKT
3 Sep 1st Test Harare Sports Club 08:00 GMT | 10:00 Local | 13:00 PKT
10 Sep 2nd Test Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 08:00 GMT | 10:00 Local | 13:00 PKT

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