Cricket West Indies said Sunday the schedule for the T20I series against Pakistan series has been revised and the the number of matches have been reduced from five to four.
The cricket board, in the statement, said the four-match series will kick off on July 28 at the Kensington Oval, Barbados. The other three matches will be played at the Guyana National Stadium on July 31, August 1, and August 3.
"The adjustment [...] was necessary due to the changes to the fixtures for the ongoing ODI series between West Indies and Australia, which are part of the International Cricket Council’s ODI Super League, which concludes on July 26," it added.
The schedule for tour:
July 27: 1st match at Kensington Oval
July 31: 2nd match at Guyana National Stadium
August 1: 3rd match at Guyana National Stadium
August 3: 4th match at Guyana National Stadium
August 12-16: 1st Test at Sabina Park
August 20-24: 2nd Test at Sabina Park
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