After winning the T20I series against Australia by 4-1, the West Indies cricket team will aim to continue its winning form against Pakistan. The Caribbean outfit will host the Men in Green for five T20Is and two Test matches.
The T20I series between West Indies and Pakistan promises to be an entertaining one because both teams have strong squads. Both nations have the capability to defeat the strongest team on the planet on their day. Also, both teams have won the ICC T20 World Cup event.
Speaking of their 2-Test series, the series will be part of the ICC World Test Championship. In the previous edition of the tournament, both West Indies and Pakistan failed to qualify for the final. This time, they have an opportunity to make a winning start.
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West Indies and Pakistan are two of the most unpredictable teams in cricket. As mentioned ahead, they can defeat any team on their day. At the same time, if they fail to get going, they even lose matches to the minnows.
Pakistan and West Indies have played thrilling matches over the years. In fact, in their first ever ODI match played back in 1975, West Indies beat Pakistan by one wicket. Fans should expect a cracker of a series between the two teams in the Caribbean.
The West Indies vs Pakistan series will be played under two formats. The tour will kick off with a 5-match T20I series between the two teams.
After the five T20I matches, Pakistan will play two matches in the ICC World Test Championship against the West Indies. There are no ODI matches scheduled for this tour.
Three venues will host the entire West Indies vs Pakistan series. The tour will kick off with two T20I matches at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. The final three T20Is of the West Indies vs Pakistan series will happen at Providence Stadium in Guyana.
Finally, the action will move to Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica where both teams will compete in an ICC World Test Championship series.
There will be no live telecast of the West Indies vs Pakistan series in India. Fans can enjoy the five T20Is and the two Test matches on FanCode. SuperSport has acquired the rights to telecast the West Indies cricket team’s home matches in Sub-Saharan Africa.