Pakistan is set to play West Indies in a T20I and Test series starting Wednesday (28 August). Meanwhile, the teams were originally scheduled to play a five-match T20I series, however, the series has been curtailed to four T20Is. This decision was taken due to the West Indies' current ODI series against Australia that was hit by a positive COVID-19 case which made the remaining two ODI games push to a new date.
The second ODI between West Indies and Australia was scheduled to take place on 22nd July but it was instead played on Saturday (24th July). With a last-minute COVID-19 scare, the series between West Indies and Pakistan had to be modified and hence Cricket West Indies (CWI) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) altered it to a four-match T20I series.
Now the first game will be played in Barbados, with the remaining three matches set to be played in Guyana.
“Together with the PCB
July 28: First Twenty20 International (Bridgetown).
July 31: Second Twenty20 International (Providence).
Aug 1: Third Twenty20 International (Providence).
Aug 3: Fourth Twenty20 International (Providence).
Aug 12-16: First Test (Kingston).
Aug 20-24: Second Test (Kingston)