LAHORE: Pakistan and West Indies ODI series has been shifted to Multan from Rawalpindi. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will be announcing the news on Friday evening.
According to the details, the Pakistani government enabled the cricket institutions to transfer the series to Multan after the country’s political turmoil.
The West Indies will arrive in Pakistan on June 5 to participate in three ODI series. Due to the surge in the COVID-19 case of the visiting team, the series was postponed in December.
The first ODI will be held on June 8, and there is no restriction on the restrictions of biological safety bubbles.
Two teams will get equal security during the tour.