In a statement issued here on Friday, the PCB said that it will be Afghanistan’s first one-day against a top international team.
Both the teams taking place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on February 10, shortly before Pakistan begins a one-day series against England, the PCB said.
Since then, Afghanistan has made lightning progress in the sport, finishing fifth in the World Cup qualifiers in 2009 and earning one-day status the same year.
The run of positive results has continued, as they won the World Twenty20 qualifiers, which allowed them to play top teams in the WorldTwenty20 in the West Indies last year.
Afghanistan are now placed ninth in the International Cricket Council Twenty20 rankings.