Pakistan to tour West Indies in July
KARACHI: Pakistan will tour West Indies next year to play two tests, five one-day internationals and a Twenty20 match.
“There had been a suggestion to split the tour but now it is confirmed for July,” a Pakistan Cricket Board official told Reuters on Wednesday.
The West Indies earlier wanted to postpone Pakistan’s tour to August because of a clash with a tri-nation tournament with Sri Lanka and India. However, the PCB refused to make the change as it hopes to host India in August.
Pakistan have not played an international match on home soil since 2009 when armed militants attacked Sri Lanka’s team bus in Lahore.