Umar Akmal's ban over corruption charges from 18 months to a year, but he was slapped with a hefty fine of $26,800.
Umar Akmal was banned for three years in April by a one-man disciplinary panel of the board after he failed to report two approaches to spot-fix matches in the Pakistan Super League in February.
Umar Akmal pleaded guilty in April to a charge of failing to report two match-fixing approaches and received a three-year ban for each offence, to run concurrently from February 20.
Umar Akmal was banned in April after he failed to report corrupt approaches at the beginning of the currently suspended Pakistan Super League.
Umar Akmal's appeal was originally scheduled for June 11 but has been postponed to July 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Umar Akmal on May 19 filed an appeal against the three-year ban imposed on him, seeking a reduction in the duration of the sanction.
The fixing scandal rocked the cricketing world, and aftershocks can still be felt a decade on in Pakistan.
Umar Akmal has appealed against the three-year ban handed to him by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Umar Akmal has filed an appeal against the three-year ban imposed on him by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Umar Akmal will learn the fate of an appeal to last month's disciplinary action on or about May 26, which is also his 30th birthday.