The West Indies (CWI) have omitted a Twenty20 International (T20I) from their home series against Pakistan, and instead of a five-match T20I series, the two sides will play four games. The series, which was supposed to begin on Tuesday (July 27), has been postponed and will instead begin on Wednesday (July 28). The schedule for the two-Test series that will follow remains intact.
A CWI representative verified the news. “Yes, we have cancelled the first T20I and will continue the tour as planned. We definitely need to emphasise the ODI Super League and the World Test Championship “The choice was justified, according to the board official. “It was the only reasonable option.”
The rescheduling of the games against Australia has had an impact on the Pakistan programme. all cricket has learned that the CWI would be unable to start the series on July 27 owing to a recent positive case of COVID-19 in the West Indian team, which also disrupted the previous Australia series.