The West Indies and Pakistan will play a revised four-match T20I Series.
This announcement comes today from Cricket West Indies and the Pakistan Cricket Board, which say the changes were necessary due to adjustments in the fixtures for the ongoing ODI Series between West Indies and Australia.
Two matches in that series were rescheduled after a non-playing member of the West Indies squad tested positive for COVID-19.
The four-match T20I series between West Indies and Pakistan is scheduled to start on Wednesday July 28th at Kensington Oval, Barbados.
The final three matches will be played at the Guyana National Stadium on July 31st, August 1st and August 3rd.
West Indies, the two-time World Champions (2012 and 2016), are using this series as part of their build-up to the next ICC T20 World Cup which will be played from October 17th to November 14th in the United Arab Emirates and Oman.
Following the T20 Cup, West Indies and Pakistan will then play two Test matches at Sabina Park in Jamaica from August 12th-16th and then from August 20th-24th.
This is the first Test Series for the West Indies in the new 2021-2023 ICC World Test Championship.
FULL MATCH SCHEDULE
- July 28: 1st Osaka Presents PSO Carient T20 Cup match at Kensington Oval
- July 31: 2nd Osaka Presents PSO Carient T20 Cup match at Guyana National Stadium
- August 1: 3rd Osaka Presents PSO Carient T20 Cup match at Guyana National Stadium
- August 3: 4th Osaka Presents PSO Carient T20 Cup match at Guyana National Stadium
- August 12-16: 1st Betway Test at Sabina Park
- August 20-24: 2nd Betway Test at Sabina Park