West Indies Women’s Cricket Team To Host Pakistan in Antigua

The West Indies Women's Cricket Team will clash with Pakistan in an eight-match, white ball series in Antigua
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The West Indies Women's Cricket Team will clash with Pakistan in an eight-match, white ball series in Antigua starting later this month, marking the women’s first home series since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series will run from June 30 to July 4 followed by a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series from July 7-18.

In a move aimed at developing a wider pool of players, the international series will be played alongside a six-match white-ball series between West Indies Women’s A and Pakistan Women’s A which is expected to result in double-headers at the Vivian Richards Stadium and the Coolidge Cricket Ground.

“This is a very significant home tour for our women and we are delighted that our counterparts at the Pakistan Cricket Board have worked with us to arrange these two series despite all the challenges we face with COVID-19,” said Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) director of cricket, Jimmy Adams.

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