Pakistan against West Indies: The West Indies Cricket Board announced on Sunday that the schedule for the Twenty20 International series against Pakistan has been amended and that the number of matches has been decreased from five to four.
The Barbados Cricket Board said in a statement that the four-match series will begin on July 28 at the Kensington Oval in the island nation. The remaining three matches will be contested at the Guyana National Stadium on July 31, August 1, and August 3, with the final match scheduled for August 3.
This was necessitated by modifications to the fixtures for a current One-Day International series between the West Indies and Australia, which is part of the International Cricket Council’s One-Day International Super League, which culminates on July 26.
The following is the tour schedule:
The first game will take place on July 27 at Kensington Oval.
The second match will take place at the Guyana National Stadium on July 31.
The third match will take place at the Guyana National Stadium on August 1.
The fourth match will take place at the Guyana National Stadium on August 3.
The first test will be held at Sabina Park from August 12-16.
The second test will be held at Sabina Park from August 20-24.