Babar Azam’s Pakistan. Pakistan visit of West Indies: Babar Azam-led going by side fixed a top-notch 1-0. However, the lead after the 4th T20I was washed out due to rain after the fair as it were 3 overs were bowled.
- West Indies were 30/0 in 3 overs when rain played spoilsport
- The 4th T20I between Pakistan and West Indies was washed out on Tuesday
- 3 T20Is were washed out due to rain in the 5-match series
Pakistan has sealed an unbeatable 1-0 lead within the rain-affected 5-match T20I arrangement against West Indies. The guests benefitted from rain washing out the 4th T20I on Tuesday at the Provision Stadium in Guyana.
Pakistan won the second amusement of the series by seven runs. Whereas the other two were moreover called off due to rain. As it were 3 overs were bowled within the match on Tuesday.
Babar Azam: Babar Azam’s Pakistan
Put in to bat by Pakistan skipper Babar Azam under overcast conditions Chris Gayle. And Andre Fletcher got the West Indies off to a brisk. To begin putting on 30 runs sometime recently an overwhelming deluge constrained the umpires to require the players off.
After a starting inspection, the game was diminished to nine overs aside. Before any trusts of play were quenched by another spell of rain. Babar Azam’s Pakistan.
“We couldn’t execute our plans, of course, because we didn’t have much cricket… we were looking to experiment ahead of the series, switching up batting positions. But the weather’s not in our control, sadly,” said Azam.
The two groups will play each other in a two-test series that also starts at Jamaica’s Sabina Park on August 12.
National Stadium in Guyana: Babar Azam’s Pakistan
Providence, Guyana: Pakistan kept up their series-winning streak over the West Indies as the rain had the ultimate say. However, once more with the planned last experience of the four-match T20 Worldwide. The match was deserted as a no-result at the National Stadium in Guyana.
Just one of the planned matches comes to a conclusion on the field of play with the tourists. Overcoming the home side by seven runs within also the moment match on Saturday at the same venue. Babar Azam’s Pakistan.
Although play begun on time within the last coordinate, fair three overs were bowled with the combine of Andre Fletcher and Chris Gayle getting the West Indies off to a flying begin at 30 without misfortune.