Australia is organizing Pakistan, New Zealand in Tests in 2019-20

MELBOURNE: Australia Returns To The Gabba To Open Its Test Summer In A Series Against Pakistan That Counts For Points In The ICCs Test Championship .

Cricket Australia On Tuesday Released Its 2019-2020 Schedule Which Features Two Tests Against Pakistan And Three Against New Zealand, With A Day-night Match In Each Series.

Australia Will Open Its Summer Test Season On Nov. 21 In Brisbane, Where It's Unbeaten In Test Matches Since 1988, Then Play A Day-night Test In Adelaide From Nov. 29. The Gabba Was Left Off The Schedule In Last Season's Four-Test Series Against India.

New Zealand Plays Australia In The First Day-night Test In Perth, Early December 12, Before The Traditional Melbourne Cricket Ground Test Starting Dec. 26 And The New Year's Test In Sydney.

It Will Be Australia's First Boxing Day Test Against New Zealand Since 1987 A 32-year Gap And Just The Fourth Time They've Played A Test At The Famous Venue.

Cricket Australia Said It Will Honor Its Commitment To Tour India For Three One-day Internationals In Mid-January, Which Had Caused A Reshuffle Of The Home International Schedule And Pushed Back The Chappell Hadlee ODI Series Between The Trans-Tasman Neighbors.

New Zealand, Which Will Wrap Up Its Test Series In Sydney Beginning Jan. 3, Will Return To Australia For Three ODIs On March 13 And 15 (both In Sydney) And March 20 In Hobart.

The Test Series Will Be Preceded By Twenty20 Internationals Between Australia, Sri Lanka And Pakistan Starting Oct. 27 In Adelaide.

The T20 World Cup Will Be Hosted By Australia In October And November Or 2020.