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England host Pakistan v Australia

Lord's is likely to be one of the venues for Pakistan v Australia matches

The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed Pakistan and Australia will contest two Twenty20 internationals and two Tests in England in 2010.

With continuing concern over safety in Pakistan, the matches in England will take place between 5-25 July next year.

A busy summer of internationals will begin with England playing Bangladesh in two Tests and three one-day matches.

England then face Australia in five one-day internationals before taking on Pakistan in all three formats.

There will be four England-Pakistan Tests, plus five one-day and two Twenty20 matches.


The England Lions team will play a series of one-day internationals against A teams from New Zealand and India during July.

Itinerary for 2010 international matches in England:

England v Bangladesh 27 May - 17 June.

England v Australia five one-day internationals 22 June-3 July.

Pakistan v Australia two Twenty20 internationals, two Tests 5-25 July.

England v Pakistan four Tests 29 July-30 August, five one-day internationals and two Twenty20 internationals 5-21 September.

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