Pakistan Tour of West Indies 2021 – A revised four-match T20 International (T20I) series, has been agreed, scheduled to start on Wednesday, July 28 at Kensington Oval, Barbados. The first ball is 10am (9am Jamaica Time) for the first match, with the final three to be played at the Guyana National Stadium on Saturday, July 31; Sunday, August 1 and Tuesday, August 3 at 11am (10am Jamaica Time). 1st Test 12 th-16th August - 2nd Test 20th - 26th August.
Pakistan recovered well from their early innings, they were reduced to 2/3 and in all sorts of trouble after being asked to bat first. It was the skipper Babar Azam and Fawad Alam partnership that really dug them out of a whole.
The West Indies have won a nail biting first Test by just 1 wicket. Kemar Roach was the hero of the day A fantastic effort from the Pakistan bowlers, they were so close yet so far. West Indies go 1-0 up!
Pakistan closed the third day on 160-5 in their second innings, with a lead of 124 and still not out of woods. West Indies need to remove Babar Azam, who with an unbeaten 54 to his name holds the key to the tourists’ progress in the Test match at Kingston.
The two-Test series between West Indies and Pakistan, kicked off in Kingston Jamaica. Day 1, hit by rain in the afternoon, saw wickets tumble to seamers, with the game evenly poised at the close of play.
The Cricket West Indies (CWI) Selection Panel announces a provisional 18-man squad ahead of the three back-to-back five-match T20 International (T20I) Series against South Africa, Australia and Pakistan.