Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam© AFP
Pakistan announced on Monday that the West Indies will play three international matches a day in Rawalpindi in June after matches were postponed by last year’s outbreak. “Rawalpindi will host the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League match against the West Indies at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from June 8-12,” the Pakistan Cricket Board announced. The West Indies will arrive in Islamabad on June 5 for the One Day International Competition.
ODI was part of a West Indies visit to Pakistan in December 2021. But after five Covid-19 cases were reported on the West Indies side, the match was postponed.
The West Indies had to leave the tour after playing three T20Is last year.
“Now the West Indies have also agreed to play three T20Is in early 2023, the schedule of which will be announced in the near future,” the cricket board added.
8 Jun – 1 ODI, Rawalpindi
June 10-2nd ODI, Rawalpindi
June 12-3rd ODI, Rawalpindi
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