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    West Indies ODI Tour of Pakistan (2022)

    PCB announces schedule of West Indies ODIs

    Lahore, 28 March 2022:

    Rawalpindi will host the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League matches against the West Indies at the Pindi Cricket Stadium from 8-12 June, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced today.

    The West Indies will arrive in Islamabad on 5 June for the One-Day Internationals that will be played on 8, 10 and 12 June.

    The ODIs were part of the West Indies’ tour of Pakistan in December 2021. However, with mutual consent, these were rescheduled after five Covid-19 cases were reported in the West Indies side. The West Indies have also agreed to play three T20Is in early 2023, schedule of which will be announced in due course.

    The ODIs are part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. Top seven-placed sides from this event plus ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 hosts India will qualify directly for the pinnacle 50-over competition, which will be staged next year in October/November.

    Series schedule:

    8 June – 1st ODI, Rawalpindi
    10 June – 2nd ODI, Rawalpindi
    12 June – 3rd ODI, Rawalpindi




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    Going to be pretty hot in Pindi in June.

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    one of the few ODI series pakistan should be winning and getting points from.

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    Finally a series we can win after the humiliation we're going to get vs Australian B team.

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    Good should have been a 5 match series for some minnow bashers to boost their averages nonetheless hopefully deserving players will be selected and not the rellu kattas

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    June is the hottest month of the year in Pindi with average highs of 40 degrees. Even the average low barely touches 25 degrees. It is going to be borderline dangerous to be playing an ODI in this weather. Feel for the players of both sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kianig89 View Post
    Good should have been a 5 match series for some minnow bashers to boost their averages nonetheless hopefully deserving players will be selected and not the rellu kattas
    its the standard 3 games as part of the world cup qualifiers.

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    Why do all three matches have to be in one venue?

    It gets too boring watching three + LOI matches in one venue

    I know because of COVID, but if they were able to successfully host the recent 3 match test series against Australia, they should be fine to do three ODIs in three different venues.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal Ahmad15 View Post
    Why do all three matches have to be in one venue?

    It gets too boring watching three + LOI matches in one venue

    I know because of COVID, but if they were able to successfully host the recent 3 match test series against Australia, they should be fine to do three ODIs in three different venues.
    Its been done also for security reasons and the cost of moving teams around. If this has to be the case then so be it.

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    Not excited at all.

    WI brings its C game against every team on planet except for England.

    WI should just stick playing only against England.

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    Need a few ODI wins for the World Cup qualification so not bad to get few easy wins.


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    WI coming all the way crossing continents to stay less than a week to play just 3 ODIs sounds ridiculous..

    Why not have 5 ODIs or 3 odis and 3 t20is

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    Hopefully we'll carry this momentum to WI series always gives a bossy feeling winning ODI series watching ODI is like a 9 to 5 job sp much routine in it

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    Pakistan successfully hosted Australia for three Tests, 3 ODIs and a one-off T20 International with the tour only concluding on April 5. The series was played in the bio-bubble with the players not allowed to come in contact with the outside public at all. However, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is now likely to end bio-bubble life for international matches after their experiment at the domestic circuit was successful.

    PCB didn’t create a bio-bubble for the domestic One-Day tournament but the players were advised to take precautions. The board had to not impose any strict rules during the competition. All the 33 matches of the tournament went well without a single COVID case being reported.

    Hence, the board is confident now to host international matches without the bio-bubble as well according to reports in Cricket Pakistan.

    Meanwhile, it is also understood that the PCB will send the proposal to play in a bubble-free environment to Cricket West Indies (CWI) as well. According to PCB’s planning, there will be no COVID testing on arrival for the Caribbean players and regular testing will not be done either. A particular individual will only be tested if he/she shows any kind of symptoms. If an individual is tested positive for the virus, then he/she will be isolated for five days.

    The National Command and Control Center (NCOC) has also been abolished which has also led to all the government restrictions being lifted. International Cricket Council (ICC) has left it to the two boards to decide on this aspect, however, the consent of the visiting team and board is required for the same.

    As far as the tour is concerned, West Indies are scheduled to tour Pakistan in June for three One-Day Internationals. While the venues are not yet confirmed, the three ODIs are expected to be played on June 6, 8 and 10 respectively.

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    Pakistan men's team training camp for the ODI series against West Indies will commence from the third week of May.

    According to details, a meeting of the team management, PCB's Department International and Chief Selector will take place after the Eid holiday. The meeting will decide the strategy for future activities of the Men in Green.

    Meanwhile, players involved in County Championship in England have been directed to report by June 2.

    The foreign coaching staff of the national team will arrive in Lahore in the second week of May. The foreign coaching staff had gone on leave after the home series against Australia.


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    Pakistan should win 3-0.


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    Pakistan should win this comfortably hopefully Haris and Dahani are given a chance.

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    I am praying Asif Ali gets dropped from the squad.

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    Im hoping Babar Azam gets some monster runs. I have suspecting atleast 2 odi centuries for this series anything less would be dissapointing imo. Pak will have toe careful, Windies can turn it up, however it should be 3-0 in favor of Pakistan, I think it will end up being 2-1 for Pakistan.

    I can see us having one bad game.


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    First 2 games.

    Fakhar
    Imaam
    Babar
    Rizwan
    Haris
    Khushdil
    Shadab
    Nawaz
    Wasim Jnr
    Shaheen
    Rauf

    Last game.
    Fakhar
    Abdullah
    Babar
    Rizwan
    Haris
    Iftikhar
    Nawaz
    Qadir
    Wasim Jnr
    Shaheen
    Dahani

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    WI always play Pakistan with no gas in the tank. They seem only interested to beat England or the Aussies.

    I would only be excited to see the series if Pakistan plays some young guns like Haider Ali, Dhani and Muhammad Haris in the XI.

    Not really interested to see babar, Imam & Fakhar improving their averages.

    I rather we lost the series in the process of trying to find our next stars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    WI always play Pakistan with no gas in the tank. They seem only interested to beat England or the Aussies.
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    Unless they are playing us in a WC

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    Seems series venues could be changed due to the ensuing political crisis.

    As per media reports:

    It has also been decided to seek the opinion of the government in this regard. Sources said that so far, there has been no change in venues, but the PCB is also looking at other venues as a backup plan, as the local governing body fears that the venue of the series may have to be changed due to the political situation. Because a political party has announced to call a march against the government after May 20,


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    ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The Cricket West Indies (CWI) Selection Panel today announced the West Indies Senior Men’s squad for the upcoming One-Day International (ODI) tours of the Netherlands and Pakistan. The West Indies will visit the Netherlands for three ODIs on May 31, June 2 and 4, followed by another three ODIs on June 8, 10 and 12 in Pakistan.

    The tour of Netherlands will be the first-ever ODI Series between the two teams and will be played at the VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen. The matches in Pakistan will be played at the Pindi Stadium in Rawalpindi. Both series form part of the part of the ICC ODI Super League, where teams will have the opportunity to earn points to secure one of the top seven places, excluding hosts India, to gain automatic qualification for the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

    Three newcomers have been named in the ODI squad – fast bowlers Jayden Seales and Shermon Lewis as well as specialist batter Keacy Carty. Both Seales and Lewis have played at the Test level. Carty is the first player from St. Maarten to be selected for the West Indies Senior Men’s team.

    Lead Selector, the Most Hon. Dr. Desmond Haynes said: “We were impressed with Carty and the way he goes about his innings, we saw several glimpses of his ability the way he played against England earlier this year for the CWI President’s XI. We hope that giving him this opportunity he will recognize the importance of representing West Indies. We think he is a young batsman with great promise, and this is the kind of tour he can show he fits in.”

    Haynes added: “We also have a very good group of young fast bowlers who have demonstrated their ability and we want to use these two tours to give them opportunities in the 50-over format. We have a week in The Netherlands and another week in Pakistan and this should provide them with quality opposition to bowl against as we build towards the Cricket World Cup in 2023. Phillip has been around for some time, and we know what he can offer, Seales has been very good in Test cricket and Lewis is making a return to the West Indies set-up following some good performances.”

    All format all-rounder Jason Holder is being rested to manage his workload whilst Shimron Hetmyer is also unavailable for selection to be at home for the birth of his first child. Evin Lewis was not considered for selection after failing to meet CWI’s fitness criteria.

    FULL SQUAD

    Nicholas Pooran (Captain)

    Shai Hope (Vice Captain)

    Nkrumah Bonner

    Shamarh Brooks

    Keacy Carty

    Akeal Hosein

    Alzarri Joseph

    Brandon King

    Shermon Lewis

    Kyle Mayers

    Anderson Phillip

    Rovman Powell

    Jayden Seales

    Romario Shepherd

    Hayden Walsh Jr.



    FULL MATCH SCHEDULE

    West Indies tour of Netherlands

    May 31: 1st ODI at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

    June 2: 2nd ODI at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

    June 4: 3rd ODI at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen


    West Indies tour of Pakistan

    June 8: 1st ODI at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi

    June 10: 2nd ODI at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi

    June 12: 3rd ODI at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi


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    Batter Keacy Carty has become the first player from St Maarten to be picked for the West Indies.

    St Maarten, the southern part of an island part-owned by France, is part of the Netherlands. Inhabitants are qualified to play cricket for the West Indies or the Netherlands.

    Carty, 25, has now been called up for a tour that begins with matches against the Netherlands before moving to Pakistan.

    "We hope that giving him this opportunity he will recognise the importance of representing West Indies," said head selector Desmond Haynes. "We think he is a young batsman with great promise, and this is the kind of tour he can show he fits in."

    The 25-year-old Carty made 57 and 49 against England in March in a Test warm-up game for the CWI President's XI.

    "We were impressed with Carty and the way he goes about his innings," added Haynes. "We saw several glimpses of his ability the way he played against England for the CWI President's XI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    WI always play Pakistan with no gas in the tank. They seem only interested to beat England or the Aussies.

    I would only be excited to see the series if Pakistan plays some young guns like Haider Ali, Dhani and Muhammad Haris in the XI.

    Not really interested to see babar, Imam & Fakhar improving their averages.

    I rather we lost the series in the process of trying to find our next stars.
    Please

    I don't know, how can anyone enjoy losing the home series.

    Pakistan is currently 5th Ranked team in ODi, whereas WI is 9th.

    Losing a series against them means huge dent in rating and Pakistan may slip to 6th position. Moreover, it may damage WC direct qualification chances.

    We don't have some earth shattering talent sitting on the bench. Just give a chance to someone in the middle order and play Dhani in the fast bowling position instead of Hasan or Shaheen. For the rest no need to change anything.

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    Cricket West Indies lead selector Desmond Haynes and Director of Cricket Jimmy Adams have blasted players for not being able to meet minimum fitness standards that would qualify them for selection to the senior men's squad.

    “I’m pretty disappointed as well,” Haynes said speaking in a press conference on Monday.

    “When you look at the amount of cricket that is being played around the world, I think there is a certain level of fitness that is required and I think there is a standard that you should set as a professional cricketer,” added Haynes before going on to mention how picking players while being unsure of whether or not they can finish tours is a concern.

    “I do get concerned when you have to be selecting the side and not sure if these guys are going to be fit enough to finish the tour,” he said.

    "For contracted players who are unavailable for fitness, there are consequences that are outlined in the contracts," Adams said.

    One player who missed out on selection for the tour of the Netherlands in June because of failure to meet minimum fitness requirements is Trinidadian left-handed opener, Evin Lewis.

    "We have players who, in our eyes are good enough to be considered for selection who are unavailable because of not even coming in on minimum fitness standards. That is very disappointing. For players who are contracted, that is doubly disappointing,” the former West Indies middle-order batsman added.

    On a more positive note, Haynes commented on the inclusion of new faces in the team like St. Maarten’s Keacy Carty.

    “As the new group of selectors, we have made it very clear that we will give opportunities to people and try to broaden the pool and start thinking with 2023 in mind,” he said.

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