The end of the T20I three-match series meant postponing the rest of the Windies tour in Pakistan. The sides were going to play three ODIs, but the splash of the covid disease in the guest’s squad forced them to stop the qualification for the upcoming World Cup 2023.
According to the sources, the one-day format matches are planned for June between the sides. That’s not the best news for the Men in Green, which were awaiting New Zealand and England earlier this year. Pakistan didn’t host international cricket games after a long pause caused by the terror attack on Sri Lanka’s team in 2009.
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Another drawback of the delay is related to the recent shape of both sides. The Pakistani cricketers outplayed the guests in three T20I pretty comfortably, so they had good chances to grab qualification points in ODIs.
Infected players of the West Indies are now locked in Karachi and cannot be sent home. The last medical update informed about five more COVID cases in the guest’s squad, while another four were locked since the weekend. Want to know more about cricket and don’t miss the important news? Subscribe to cricket14.in and receive the latest updates to your email.