England will play two extra Twenty20s on next year's tour of Pakistan, with chief executive Tom Harrison green-lighting the extension on a trip to Lahore, Sky Sports reported. Pakistan were hardly pleased with the England and Wales Cricket Board's decision to unilaterally cancel their joint men's and women's trip to the country which had been planned for October. The ECB chief travelled this week in an apparently successful bid to repair relations, agreeing to elongate what had been a five-match T20 series to a jumbo seven-match rubber next September and October.
#England add two additional T20 internationals to their tour of #Pakistan in late 2022 🇵🇰🏴— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 9, 2021
They will now play a seven-match T20 series in September and October before returning for Test series after 2022 #T20WorldCup