West Indies to get back to Pakistan for three T20Is in mid 2023: PCB

West Indies men’s cricket crew will get back to Pakistan for a three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series in mid 2023, the Pakistan Cricket Board said in an official statement on Wednesday.

They are as of now booked to play a three-match ODI series in Pakistan in June 2022 to compensate for the deferred matches recently, the PCB said, adding that the series will be important for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.

Presently, the West Indies will return for one more T20I series in front of the eighth release of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

The West Indies cricket crew were planned to play three T20Is and as numerous ODIs when they visited Pakistan recently. Be that as it may, the group flew back later the T20I series as eight of their crew individuals, including six players, tried positive for the infection.

With Devon Thomas sidelined with a finger injury, the meeting side was left with restricted decisions for ODIs, as they dreaded a greater amount of their players would get contaminated. In this way, Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the PCB commonly chose to delay the series until June 2022.

“Thinking about both the groups’ government assistance just as restricted assets in the West Indies side for the ODIs, it has been concurred that the series, which structures a piece of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, will be deferred and rescheduled for early June 2022,” a joint assertion gave by the PCB and the Cricket West Indies (CWI) said.
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“This will give the West Indies an equivalent chance to handle their best accessible players for the World Cup capability matches,” it added.

Additionally, the PCB hopes to have Australia in February-March 2022, England in October-November, and New Zealand in December, and afterward again in April 2023.

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