Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Cricket West Indies have determined to postpone the T20I sequence to the primary quarter of 2024. Each groups had been scheduled to play the three-match T20I sequence in Pakistan in January 2023. However the sequence is now postponed to get extra preparation for the 2024 T20 World Cup which is scheduled to happen in West Indies and the USA in 2024.
West Indies traveled to Pakistan in June 2022 to play in three ODI matches in Multan as part of the 2023 World Cup Tremendous League, the place the hosts dominated the sequence with three large wins. Earlier this month, reviews urged that the T20I sequence was more likely to get postponed and now PCB has onfirmed it.
The T20I sequence was imagined to happen in between New Zealand’s go to to Pakistan and the Pakistan Tremendous League 2023. Many of the West Indies gamers have additionally signed up for the upcoming T20 league in South Africa and UAE and BBL 2022-23.
PCB reschedules T20I sequence with West Indies
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West Indies register a vital World Cup win over Zimbabwe:
After a surprising 42-run defeat towards Scotland of their opening T20 World Cup 2022 conflict, West Indies registered a vital win over Zimbabwe on Wednesday (October 19). West Indies, whereas batting first, had been restricted to solely 153/7 regardless of a great begin from opener Johnson Charles who scored the very best 45 runs off 36 balls.
Zimbabwe began properly with by smashing 17 runs within the first over and regarded assured for a straightforward win towards West Indies. However star pacer Alzarri Joseph took 4 wickets whereas conceding 16 runs to bowl out Zimbabwe on simply 122 runs to information the Caribbean nation to a much-needed 31-run win. With this win, West Indies are positioned within the third place with two factors from two video games. They may face Eire of their final group-stage recreation, who’re positioned in quantity 4 with two factors, on Friday (October 21) at Bellerive Oval in Hobart.