The Pakistan West Indies ODI series will start on June 8.

The West Indies team is arriving in Islamabad today to play a series of three ODIs against Pakistan while the national cricket team has reached Multan from Lahore and players Leadership under of Babar Azam will train at Multan Cricket Stadium today.

16-member National squad is in Multan after a full three-day training camp and two scenario base practice matches. Batting, bowling and fielding drills will be seen in the stadium for three and a half hours.

The training session of Pakistan and West Indies teams will be held at Multan Cricket Stadium on Tuesday from 4.30 pm to 8 pm.

Fast bowlers Hassan Ali and Harris Roof, who are part of the national squad, are determined to put up a good show against the West Indies, saying it is fun to bowl with each other.

The first ODI of the series between Pakistan and West Indies will start at Multan Cricket Stadium on June 8 at 4 pm. The Pakistan West Indies series is part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.

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