England will tour South Africa and New Zealand in early 2023. The men’s 50-over World Cup was scheduled to be held in India in February-March 2023 in the initial edition of the Future Tours Programme (FTP) for 2018-23, however, the postponement of the 2020 men’s T20 World Cup to October-November 2022 changed that tournament back to an October-November window.

The ECB announced in August that England’s three-ODI and three-T20I tours of Bangladesh had been postponed until March 2023, filling a space in their calendar, England will also finish tours of South Africa and New Zealand at the start of the year. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided to postpone the T20 World Cup. The three-ODI trip of South Africa is part of the World Cup Super League and was originally scheduled for December 2020 until a Covid-19 concern in the England camp forced a last-minute postponement. The series is now scheduled to begin in late January.

In February, England will go to New Zealand for a two-Test series that is not part of the World Test Championship but reciprocates New Zealand’s tour just before the World Test Championship final in June this year. In the winter of 2022-23, England will play the men’s bilateral series in five different countries, as well as the T20 World Cup in Australia. Starting in late September, they will play seven T20Is in Pakistan, followed by three T20Is and three ODIs in Australia on either side of the World Cup. In December 2022, they return to Pakistan for three Tests before heading to South Africa, New Zealand, and Bangladesh in early 2023.