The U19 teams from Pakistan and Afghanistan will be touring China from Oct 16th – 23rd, 2019, where they will play matches against the Chinese national squad. The Tri-series is being held in accordance with the development program for growth of the sport in China, as discussed between the governments of China & Pakistan.
China will play against Pakistan U19 on 19th Oct, while also playing against a combined XI of Pakistan/Afghanistan U19 players on 23rd Oct. Pakistan U19 will also face Afghanistan U19 on 20th Oct 2019. The Pakistan U19 squad will also conduct training sessions with University students at Tsinghua University in Beijing, during their stay in the country.
China men’s national squad have taken part in ICC and ACC regional tournaments in the past couple of years, besides participating in the East Asia Cup tournament as well, which is played between themselves, Hong Kong, Korea and Japan.
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