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PCBThe Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that ten day-night matches will be played in the Quaid-e-Azam (QEA) Trophy starting from September as part of the preparations for Pakistan’s first ever day-night Test against Australia set to take place in Brisbane this year in December, according to a report in ESPNCricinfo.

The QEA trophy, considered Pakistan’s premier domestic competition will feature 16 teams in total – eight regional and eight departmental teams.

Six teams from each section will gain automatic selection for the main tournament based on their performances in the previous season while the remaining four teams will be selected on the basis of a qualifying round which will feature 14 teams.

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