The men's team representing Pakistan in international cricket is the Pakistan National Cricket Team. The Pakistan Cricket Board is in charge of managing the team, which goes by the moniker "Shaheens," which means "Falcons" (PCB).

The team actively participates in every ICC (International Cricket Council) cricket format, including Test, Twenty20, and One Day International. The team is coached by Mickey Arthur and captained by Sarfraz Ahmed.

The Pakistani national cricket team's captain across all formats is Mohammad Babar Azam, a professional cricketer from Pakistan.

In international cricket, England and Wales are represented by the cricket team. Marylebone Cricket Club once regulated it until 1997, when England and Wales Cricket Board took over.

England vs Pakistan 

From September to December 2022, the England cricket team will tour Pakistan to play three Test matches and seven Twenty20 International matches. The ICC World Test Championship, which will take place in 2021–2023, will include Test matches.

Two exhibition games will be played by the visiting team before to their meeting with the England cricket team. On September 20, the first ENG vs. PAK Test will start. For each format, the team will field two separate teams, and the England will reveal their ODI squad, which is different from their Test team that took against the West Indies. The Twenty20 tournament will be played in Karachi's National Stadium from September 20 to October 2, and the tests will start on December 1 and end on December 21.