The tour contains 5 T20 Internationals and two Assessments which is able to happen following the conclusion of the ODI and T20I sequence in England
The tour will begin with back-to-back T20Is in Barbados on 27 and 28 July, earlier than motion will transfer to Guyana for the 31 July and 1 August back-to-back T20Is, and sequence finale on 3 August.
After a two-day observe match on 6-7 August in Guyana, the facet will transfer to Jamaica the place the 2 Assessments might be held at Sabina Park from 12-16 August and 20-24 August.
PCB Chief Govt Wasim Khan: “The tour to the West Indies is at all times a valued and prized tour for the Pakistan cricket groups. The Caribbean cricket historical past, backed up by the superb enjoying services, supporting crowds and nice ambiance, encourages and motivates the gamers to provide their highest.
“In session with the Cricket West Indies and keeping track of this yr’s ICC Males’s T20 World Cup, we now have agreed to switch one Check match with two extra T20Is. That is aimed toward offering additional T20 content material for each groups, as we proceed to organize and build-up to the worldwide ICC occasion.
“The sequence within the West Indies is a part of a gruelling however thrilling and entertaining season of cricket for Pakistan. Along with enjoying England, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and the T20 World Cup and the away sequence, we might be internet hosting New Zealand, England, West Indies and Australia within the subsequent eight months. This makes each sequence vital and important for our facet as we aspire to function within the prime three throughout all codecs by 2023.”
Pakistan final toured West Indies in 2017 the place they received all codecs. They claimed T20I sequence 3-1 adopted by a win within the ODI sequence by 2-1. They registered maiden Check sequence win on Caribbean soil by 2-1.
On their final tour to the Caribbean in 2017, Pakistan received their maiden Check sequence 2-1. This supplied an ideal farewell to Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan, who performed 276 and 408 worldwide matches, respectively, throughout their illustrious careers.
21 Jul – Arrival in Barbados
27 Jul – 1st T20I, Kensington Oval, Barbados
28 Jul – 2nd T20I, Kensington Oval, Barbados
31 Jul – third T20I, Guyana Nationwide Stadium, Guyana
1 Aug – 4th T20I, Guyana Nationwide Stadium, Guyana
3 Aug – fifth T20I, Guyana Nationwide Stadium, Guyana
6-7 Aug – Two-day observe match, Guyana
12-16 Aug – 1st Check, Sabina Park, Jamaica
20-24 Aug – 2nd Check, Sabina Park, Jamaica
25 Aug – Departure