Pakistan vs West Indies ODI Series Rescheduled | Covid-19 Update:
Covid-19 has reared its ugly little head once more for International Cricket. ODI series between Pakistan and West Indies has been postponed due to a total of 6 Caribbean players testing positive for Covid-19 in two separate phases. When Roston Chase, Kyle Mayers, and Sheldon Cotrell arrived, they tested positive for the virus and were ruled out of the T20I series. On Thursday morning, three more players tested positive for the virus. Players who tested positive included Shai Hope, Akeal Hossein, and Justin Greaves. Members of the supporting staff have recently tested positive for Covid-19, which has not been limited to the players. Seven players had already been ruled out of the West Indies squad, six due to the virus and one due to injury.
West Indies cricket announced on Thursday morning that they will meet with PCB authorities to determine if the tour can continue or not, after which the ODI series was postponed.The last Twenty20 International is presently underway at National Stadium Karachi, while the ODI series has been postponed. The ODI matches that were postponed will be rescheduled for June 2022. This will provide both teams with an equal opportunity to field their strongest potential lineup. These three One-Day Internationals will be part of the ICC ODI Super League for the World Cup in 2023.