DOMINICA: Pakistan are four wickets away from their first ever test series win in West Indies as the hosts went for lunch at 139/6 (58.2 overs) on the fifth and final day of the decisive third game of the series at Dominica. West Indies started the fifth day’s play at 7/1 with Kraigg Brathwaite on the crease.
The hosts lost their second wicket of innings with 22 runs on the board as Brathwaite was caught by Hasan Ali after making six runs. Pakistan reduced West Indies to 47/3 as Mohammad Amir cleaned up Shimron Hetmyer, who made 25 runs.
The Caribbean side then became 66-4 as Shai Hope was trapped leg before from the bowling of Hasan Ali after contributing 17 runs 54 balls. Roston Chase and Vishaul Singh are at the crease with 17 and 19 runs respectively to their name. Yasir Shah take four wickets.