Wednesday, 27 October 2021

Pakistan to play two Tests, five T20Is against West Indies

Wasim Khan (Getty Images)

LAHORE – The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced the men’s national cricket team will tour West Indies and is scheduled to play two Tests and five T20 Internationals from July 21 to August 24.

The tour, which will take place following the conclusion of an upcoming ODI and T20I series in England, will commence with back-to-back T20Is in Barbados on 27 and 28 July, before action will move to Guyana for the July 31 and August 1 back-to-back T20Is, and the series finale on 3 August, the PCB statement said.

After a two-day practice match on 6-7 August in Guyana, the side will move to Jamaica, where two Tests will be hosted at the Sabina Park stadium from 12-16 August and 20-24 August.

“In consultation with Cricket West Indies and keeping an eye on this year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, we have agreed to replace one Test match with two additional T20Is,” PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said.

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