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PCB announces national team’s training camp for Australia tour

By News Desk

November 13, 2023 10:00 PM


The national cricket team is buckling up for their impending tour to Australia, with a series of three test matches slated to kick off on December 14, reported the 24NewsHD TV channel. 

 

To gear up for this critical series, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced a 6-day training camp at Rawalpindi for the test squad, scheduled to start on November 24.

 

Indicative of the gravity of the upcoming tour, the PCB has decided to set up a training camp for the national test team.

 

The camp will commence at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on November 24, with the selection committee set to convene in the succeeding week to finalize the touring squad.

 

The series against Australia will comprise three test matches, with the inaugural match on December 14. In addition, the teams will play a tour match in Canberra on December 6, serving as a warm-up. The team will land in Australia on December 1.  

 

 

Reporter: Hafiz Shebaz Ali 


News Desk


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