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  1. #1
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    USA T20I tri-series (involving West Indies, Pakistan and Bangladesh) called off [Update Post #12]

    LAHORE: Pakistan’s proposed tour of the United States for a T20I triangular-series has been called off due to scheduling issues. Pakistan, under the leadership of Sarfraz Ahmed, are currently on tour of Ireland and England, where they will play three Tests. The ongoing Test, against Ireland, is the first-ever for the hosts after recently being awarded Test status and will be followed by two Tests against England. After the three five-day games, the Men in Green will play two T20I games against Scotland before the tour concludes on June 13. After that tour, the Green Caps will then travel to Zimbabwe for a T20I tri-series which will also include Australia. The tour also scheduled to have five ODIs between the Zimbabwe and Pakistan following the T20I tri-series.

    After that, Pakistan were supposed to tour USA, where there was another T20I tri-series consisting of West Indies and Bangladesh, which was supposed to be organised in August.

    However, according to a report, it was revealed that the West Indies Cricket Board could not finalise the schedule due to a clash with Caribbean Premier League dates. After August, Pakistan have a busy schedule in international cricket, which will start with the Asia Cup from September 13 and will be followed by home series against New Zealand and Australia.

    After that, the Green Caps will travel to South Africa for a tour in December which will consist of three Tests, five ODIs and three T20Is.

    https://dailytimes.com.pk/238910/pak...es-called-off/


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    aww man, was hoping they'd come here. I've always wanted to see my team live and this might've been my best shot for a while, oh well

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    Good it is called off we needs more odis before 2019 worldcup rather than meaningless t20s

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    Not nice for the West Indies - was part of the bargain.


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    Pakistan team is now called the "Green Caps"?

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    No T 20's with England? And when is the tri-series taking place? Can someone please post the schedule after the three tests?


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    Quote Originally Posted by super hitter View Post
    No T 20's with England? And when is the tri-series taking place? Can someone please post the schedule after the three tests?
    http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/sh...ional-fixtures

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    Reports suggest that it will just be a T20I series between West Indies and Bangladesh. No Pakistan involvement therefore, as Bangladesh were scheduled to tour WI anyway and a tri series would not have been financially viable as it would require matches to be played in weekdays.

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    So the WI T20s are called off and the Zimbabwe tri-series is also looking to be called off due to payment issues.

    Pakistan might have a long summer break

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakSarZameen View Post
    So the WI T20s are called off and the Zimbabwe tri-series is also looking to be called off due to payment issues.

    Pakistan might have a long summer break
    Who cares about T20s honestly, it's better they just rest.

  11. #11
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    Honestly, why should we play with Bangladesh? Corrupt board and corrupt people! Don’t give them any revenue, they deserve ZILCH from us!!

    West Indies on the other hand, is a friendly partner and we would love to business with them at any opportunity.

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    JOHN’S, Antigua – August will be a special month for WINDIES and Bangladesh fans in the United States.

    Reigning ICC World Twenty20 champions WINDIES will face Bangladesh in two T20 Internationals under the lights at the Central Broward Regional Park (CBRP), Fort Lauderdale, as part of its Tour of the West Indies later this year.

    The announcement of the Bangladesh Tour of West Indies which comprises two Tests, three One-day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals between June 24 and August 5 forms part of a packed International Home Season for WINDIES that also includes a tour by Sri Lanka.

    “We are delighted to include the matches Fort Lauderdale on the schedule for the Bangladesh Tour,” said CWI Chief Executive Officer, Johnny Grave. The CEO added that “both matches are scheduled for the weekend and will be played under the lights, so it’s a great opportunity for WINDIES fans in North America to see the team play against a very competitive Bangladesh side.”

    WINDIES have previously played four T20Is at the CBRP – the last two against India two years ago – and have won three, with the other ending in a no-result, due to weather interruptions.

    With up to 10 million Caribbean immigrants and members of the Caribbean diaspora living in the United States alone, Grave said the matches at the CBRP present a wonderful opportunity to further establish the WINDIES brand in North America.

    “This is one of the initiatives outlined in our new Strategic Plan for the period 2018 to 2023,” said Grave.

    “Our intention is to work with ICC Americas members, USA Cricket & Cricket Canada in partnership to establish cricket as a popular sport from North to South America, create opportunities for West Indian fans to watch the team live, and build support for the WINDIES.”

    Grave noted: “through this initiative, it will support our strategic objectives to increase the number of people who watch and follow WINDIES cricket, and help unlock the full potential of the WINDIES outside of the Caribbean. We look forward to having West Indians, Bangladeshis and fans of the game from all around the United States coming to join us at the CBRP for the two matches.”

    This is Bangladesh’s fourth bilateral Tour of the West Indies, where they have won two of eight Tests, and the Tigers have also played 10 ODIs in the Caribbean, losing seven. They have never won a T20I in the region.

    The Bangladesh tour immediately follows a three-Test series against Sri Lanka which includes the first ever day/night Test in the Caribbean when the final match of the Series is contested in Barbados.

    “We have successfully staged day/night, first-class matches over the last few seasons in the Regional 4-Day Tournament and we are thrilled to now be hosting the first day/night Test ever in the Caribbean, as a way to offer our fans a different experience and a chance to be part of the game,” said Grave.

    “It could not have been played in a better venue than the iconic Kensington Oval and it will be an extra special occasion, as the match starts on the 90th anniversary of the first ever Test in the Caribbean which was also played there.”

    “We know Barbadians are renowned for their love of the game and we hope that they will come out in their numbers and pack the stands, but we also urge WINDIES fans from around the region and, indeed, the World to come and make this a truly special occasion.”

    Tickets for matches in the Sri Lanka and Bangladesh series will go on sale at the end of May.

    http://www.wiplayers.com/windies-int...0s-in-florida/

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    JOHN’S, Antigua – August will be a special month for WINDIES and Bangladesh fans in the United States.

    Reigning ICC World Twenty20 champions WINDIES will face Bangladesh in two T20 Internationals under the lights at the Central Broward Regional Park (CBRP), Fort Lauderdale, as part of its Tour of the West Indies later this year.

    The announcement of the Bangladesh Tour of West Indies which comprises two Tests, three One-day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals between June 24 and August 5 forms part of a packed International Home Season for WINDIES that also includes a tour by Sri Lanka.

    “We are delighted to include the matches Fort Lauderdale on the schedule for the Bangladesh Tour,” said CWI Chief Executive Officer, Johnny Grave. The CEO added that “both matches are scheduled for the weekend and will be played under the lights, so it’s a great opportunity for WINDIES fans in North America to see the team play against a very competitive Bangladesh side.”

    WINDIES have previously played four T20Is at the CBRP – the last two against India two years ago – and have won three, with the other ending in a no-result, due to weather interruptions.

    With up to 10 million Caribbean immigrants and members of the Caribbean diaspora living in the United States alone, Grave said the matches at the CBRP present a wonderful opportunity to further establish the WINDIES brand in North America.

    “This is one of the initiatives outlined in our new Strategic Plan for the period 2018 to 2023,” said Grave.

    “Our intention is to work with ICC Americas members, USA Cricket & Cricket Canada in partnership to establish cricket as a popular sport from North to South America, create opportunities for West Indian fans to watch the team live, and build support for the WINDIES.”

    Grave noted: “through this initiative, it will support our strategic objectives to increase the number of people who watch and follow WINDIES cricket, and help unlock the full potential of the WINDIES outside of the Caribbean. We look forward to having West Indians, Bangladeshis and fans of the game from all around the United States coming to join us at the CBRP for the two matches.”

    This is Bangladesh’s fourth bilateral Tour of the West Indies, where they have won two of eight Tests, and the Tigers have also played 10 ODIs in the Caribbean, losing seven. They have never won a T20I in the region.

    The Bangladesh tour immediately follows a three-Test series against Sri Lanka which includes the first ever day/night Test in the Caribbean when the final match of the Series is contested in Barbados.

    “We have successfully staged day/night, first-class matches over the last few seasons in the Regional 4-Day Tournament and we are thrilled to now be hosting the first day/night Test ever in the Caribbean, as a way to offer our fans a different experience and a chance to be part of the game,” said Grave.

    “It could not have been played in a better venue than the iconic Kensington Oval and it will be an extra special occasion, as the match starts on the 90th anniversary of the first ever Test in the Caribbean which was also played there.”

    “We know Barbadians are renowned for their love of the game and we hope that they will come out in their numbers and pack the stands, but we also urge WINDIES fans from around the region and, indeed, the World to come and make this a truly special occasion.”

    Tickets for matches in the Sri Lanka and Bangladesh series will go on sale at the end of May.

    http://www.wiplayers.com/windies-int...0s-in-florida/
    So no Tri-series involving Pakistan then. Shame as matches could have been in Houston where there are loads of Pakistanis.

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    Good test for Bangladesh in the coming months. I believe they'll get flattened by both Sri Lanka and Windies, but a good chance to prove that they are actually better than these two sides (which the fans claim with utmost confidence).


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