YORKSHIRE will host the second Test of two between England and Pakistan next year, starting on Friday, June 1, when the ground will be known as Emerald Headingley.

The ECB have announced their international schedule for 2018, with Headingley also staging the last of three one-day internationals against India on Tuesday, July 17.

Pakistan and India are visiting for Test matches and, in India's case, one-day and Twenty20 internationals. Australia also visit for five one-day internationals and one T20.

Yorkshire chief executive Mark Arthur said: "Following on from the success of Emerald Headingley's Test match between England and the West Indies, we are delighted to welcome Pakistan in June next year.

"It is important for the club to engage with the local community and make this game as affordable as possible.

"Therefore, early bird prices will start at £20 for adults, offering great value for those wishing to experience Test match cricket at Emerald Headingley.

"There are only two opportunities to watch Pakistan in England next summer, so we would like to make this fixture accessible for supporters of both countries.

"Emerald Headingley will also welcome back India next year. A Joe Root century secured England a resounding victory when the two sides last met at a sold-out Emerald Headingley in 2014.

"As the Main Stand undergoes its redevelopment, tickets will be much sought after due to the reduced capacity. Those who purchase international tickets in 2018 will be placed into our 2019 Ashes priority window.

"Full and one-day members will be offered first choice on Ashes tickets, with ticket buyers for the Pakistan and India matches offered an opportunity to purchase Ashes tickets ahead of the ballot next September."

Yorkshire memberships for 2018 will go on sale at 9am on September 18, with members given a three-week priority window for international tickets and a place in the Ashes ballot for 2019.

The Pakistan Test runs through the holy month of Ramadan.