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West Indies to tour Pakistan in June 2022

West Indies to tour Pakistan in June 2022

  • West Indies Cricket team will tour Pakistan in June 2022 to play three ODIs
  • The ODIs are part of the World Cup Super League
  • The ODIs were earlier to be played during West Indies tour of Pakistan in 2021

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has awnnounced that the West Indies Cricket Team will voyage to Pakistan to play a 50-over series this June. The three-match ODI series will be part of the ICC ODI World Cup Super League and will be played from 8-10th June at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.

Initially, the ODIs were part of the West Indies tour of Pakistan 2021, however, with the mutual of two boards, CWI and PCB, the matches were canceled due to COVID cases reported in the guests’ camp. It had been confirmed the series will be played in early 2023 the schedule of which was not confirmed earlier.

The ODIs are part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. The top seven-placed sides from this event plus ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 hosts India will qualify directly for the pinnacle 50-over competition, which will be staged next year in October/November.

Pakistan vs West Indies Series schedule:

8 June – 1st ODI, Rawalpindi

10 June – 2nd ODI, Rawalpindi

12 June – 3rd ODI, Rawalpindi

The Rawalpindi cricket Stadium has recently hosted the first Test match between Australia and Pakistan which ended in a draw. The historic tour going on includes the down and dusted three-match red-ball series, three ODIs to be played on 29th March, 31st March, and 2nd April. It will be followed by the one-off T20I on 5th March concluding the tour. It must be noted Pak vs Aus white-ball series will be summed in Lahore, Gadaffi Stadium.

Notably, Pakistan have lost the test series by 1-0. The Rawalpindi and Karachi tests were drawn respectively.

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