Shahid Afridi celebrated his recall to Pakistan's side, as well as his 350th One-Day International appearance for them, by scoring a half-century and taking record figures of seven for 12 to wrap up a 126-run win in Guyana.
Pakistan Women celebrated their first win over England Women in any format with a one-run success in the second Twenty International at Loughborough after England had powered to victory in the first match by 70 runs. Sarah Taylor's first half-century of the summer set England up for their third convincing win in as many matches but Pakistan turned the tables late on to prevail by the slenderest of margins.
England Women wrapped up a six-wicket win over Pakistan Women in the second and final One-Day International at Loughborough, sealing a 2-0 series win.
Natalie Sciver, who made her debut in the opening match, took three wickets to limit Pakistan to 156 for six, a score England had few problems overcoming.
Pakistan have made major changes to the squad that failed to win a match in the recently concluded ICC Champions Trophy as they prepare for limited-overs series in the West Indies later this month. Shahid Afridi makes his umpteenth return to Pakistan colours and is included in both One-Day International and Twenty20 International squads.
The experienced trio of Charlotte Edwards, Arran Brindle and Jenny Gunn turned in starring performances as England Women thumped Pakistan Women by 111 runs in the first of two One-Day Internationals. Louth's London Road ground in Lincolnshire hosted international cricket for the first time as England posted 227 for seven and then dismissed Pakistan for 116 in reply.
West Indies will host Pakistan for a series of five One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals in Guyana, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent in July.
The series begins with the first of two ODIs in Guyana on 14th July before the two sides move on to Saint Lucia to conclude the ODIs and then Saint Vincent for both Twenty20 Internationals on 27th and 28th July.
In the latest of our ICC Champions Trophy 2013 discussion videos, John Pennington and Chetan Narula review the latest action and look back at the tournament so far.
They discuss India's fine win over West Indies, the form of the likes of Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja, assess what went wrong for Pakistan and just why Australia are also struggling.
When Misbah-ul-Haq picked out Hashim Amla at mid-wicket, the partisan Pakistan crowd at the glittering Edgbaston stadium in England's second city started to head for the exits; a fate that now seemingly awaits their team in the tournament.
Their hopes of progression hang by a thread after South Africa prevailed by 67 runs in the fifth match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
Selectors have named England's 15-player squad for two NatWest Women's One-Day Internationals and two NatWest Women's Twenty20 International matches against Pakistan.
17-year-old Natasha Farrant from Kent, Surrey's Natalie Sciver and Yorkshire's Lauren Winfield have received their first call-ups to the England Women's squad for the two One-Day Internationals and both Twenty20 International matches against the Pakistanis.
West Indies returned to the venue of their 2004 ICC Champions Trophy success to beat Pakistan in very similar circumstances in their opening match of the 2013 tournament.
The Oval hosted their two-wicket victory over England almost nine years ago and after bowling Pakistan out for 170, they made heavy weather of their run chase before limping over the line to win - by two wickets once again.