Pakistan on Friday announced revised schedules for cricket series against Australia and New Zealand in the United Arab Emirates, adding one Twenty20 match.
Pakistan will play a Twenty20, three one-day internationals, and a four-day side game followed by two Tests against Australia from October 3 to November 3, a series which was previously scheduled to finish two days earlier.
The dates of one-day matches against Australia are brought forward by two days.
The one-day matches will be followed by Pakistan's series against New Zealand, which will now have two Twenty20 internationals instead of one as previously announced.
Pakistan and New Zealand will now play a three-day side game followed by three Tests, two Twenty20s and five one-day internationals between November 5 to December 19.
Full revised programme:
Oct 3 - Pakistan v Australia Only T20 Dubai
Oct 7 - 1st one-day Sharjah
Oct 10 - 2nd one-day Dubai
Oct 12 - 3rd one-day Abu Dhabi
Oct 15-18 - four day tour match Sharjah
Oct 22-26 - 1st Test Dubai
Oct 30-Nov 3 - 2nd Test Abu Dhabi
Vs New Zealand
Nov 5-7 - three-day tour match Sharjah
Nov 11-15 - 1st Test Abu Dhabi
Nov 19-23 - 2nd Test Dubai
Nov 27-01 Dec - 3rd Test Sharjah
Dec 4 - 1st T20 Dubai
Dec 5 - 2nd T20 Dubai
Dec 8 - 1st one-day Dubai
Dec 12 - 2nd one-day Sharjah
Dec 14 - 3rd one-day Sharjah
Dec 17 - 4th one-day Abu Dhabi
Dec 19 - 5th one-day Abu Dhabi