Covid 19 has caused Afghanistan to miss five Twenty20 internationals. At the same time, they are scheduled to visit Zimbabwe in June 2020. Basically, this ODI series is to be played in Zimbabwe. Although Afghanistan could not travel to Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe cricket team passed the Covid 19 test in June 2020. Check the Afghanistan tour of Zimbabwe 2022 Schedule.
However, as a result, Zimbabwe’s training resumed. Meanwhile, a revised tour was scheduled to take place in February 2022. But unfortunately, that too was canceled. The reason was that not all broadcast services, including Zimbabwe’s cricket decision review system, were secure.
Needless to say, despite the second postponement, both the cricket boards started working on rescheduling the matches. And as a result, Zimbabwe started its tour of Afghanistan on June 4, 2022.
The matches that will start will end on Tuesday 14th June 2020. And here I mention, that all the matches are being hosted by Afghanistan.
The Afghanistan cricket team will play a series of three ODIs in Zimbabwe. At the same time, they will play a series of three T20 matches.
Indeed, this ODI match series is part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League 2020 to 2023. At the same time, as good news for you, the schedule of Zimbabwe’s tour of Afghanistan has been released.
The last match against Zimbabwe in Afghanistan will be played on 27th June at Harare Sports Club. However, according to the announced cricket schedule, Zimbabwe’s tour of Afghanistan starts on June 4, 2022.
More importantly, it is an international bilateral series. And at the same time this match will start at ten o’clock local time.
For your convenience, I am giving you the list of the entire match-
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