Evin Lewis scored a brisk 91 as West Indies chased down 138 against Pakistan in 14.5 overs to win the third Twenty20 International in Trinidad by seven wickets and keep their chances alive in the series.
Shadab Khan continued his impressive run with a four-wicket haul that bowled out West Indies for 129 runs in a chase of 133 in the second Twenty20 International in Trinidad as Pakistan taken a 2-0 unassailable lead in the series.
Shadab Khan makes a dream debut where he picked three wickets and conceded just seven runs as Pakistan restricted West Indies to 111 for eight and chased down the target in 17.1 overs with six wickets in hand to win the first Twenty20 International in Barbados and go 1-0 up in the series.
Alex Hales and Joe Root scored centuries following which a collective bowling from England saw them dismiss West Indies for 142 in a chase of 329 runs to seal 186-run victory in the third One-Day International in Antigua and thereby claiming the series 3-0.
Joe Root and Chris Woakes shared an unbeaten 102-run stand for the seventh wicket to help England chase down 226 runs against England with four wickets in hand in the second One-Day International in Antigua to claim the series 2-0.
West Indies Cricket Board has confirmed that they will be hosting two additional Twenty20 International matches in Lauderhill during the upcoming series against Pakistan that kicks-off later this month.
Eoin Morgan scored a brilliant century while Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett shared four wickets apiece as England defeated West Indies by 45 runs in the first One-Day International in Antigua to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
West Indies selectors have left out seam bowler Miguel Cummins and back-up wicket-keeper Shane Dowrich from the 15-man training squad announced earlier for the One-Day International series against England.
After Jonny Bairstow played a fluent 86, Chris Woakes stayed unbeaten on 47 to see England through in a tense chase of 234 with two wickets in hand in the tour game against West Indies Cricket Board XI in St Kitts.