West Indies : Pakistan won seven wickets against the West Indies on Monday in their first warm-up match
The Pakistani cricket team will play South Africa in their second warm-up match in Abu Dhabi today (Wednesday).
The national cricket team will travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi at 2pm (PST) for the match. Which is expected to start at 6pm (GST).
In addition, the team’s national team adviser. Matthew Hayden, will speak at a press conference ahead of a training session. At the ICC Academy in Dubai tomorrow (Thursday).
The meeting will kick off at 12pm (PST). Which media representatives can attend by contacting Pakistan Cricket Board Communications Manager Ibrahim Badees, at least two hours before it kicks off.
Pakistan is training ahead of South Africa’s warm war
The Babar Azam T20 World Cup team led to the elective conference at the International Cricket Council (ICC) Academy Ground.
Skipper Babar Azam, along with senior players Mohammad Hafeez and Sarfraz Ahmed, also attended the training session.
Meanwhile, Muhammad Wasim Jr, Usman Qadir, Khushdal Shah, Shahnawaz Dhani, Mohammad Nawaz and Haider Ali. They were also present at the ICC Cricket Ground.
Pakistan beat West Indies in a warm-up match
Pakistan came close to winning seven wickets against. The West Indies on Monday as the teams met in a warm-up match.
Pakistani top footballers Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam impressed with a strike, scoring 46 and 50 respectively. While Pakistani bowlers also took timely wickets to block the West Indies in 130 runs.
The West Indies won the toss and chose to bat first against. Pakistan in the first warm-up match between the two teams.
Ravi Rampaul from the West Indies had sent Mohammad Rizwan to pack at 13am, while Hayden Walsh took the wicket of Babar (50), and Mohammad Hafeez – who was looking for a duck.
Pakistani bowlers made a powerful show against the fierce West Indian side. The Windies have never looked comfortable batting first, losing wickets from time to time and being able to finish their innings 130/7 in their 20 overs.
From the mid-1970s to the early 1990s. The West team was the strongest in the world in Test cricket and One Day International.
The Indies appeared in three consecutive World Cup finals (1975, 1979 and 1983), and became the first team to win a World Cup in retrospect (1975 and 1979), both of which only surpassed the Australian cricket team that appeared in the Cup Finals. 4 consecutive World Cups (1996, 1999, 2003 and 2007) winning 3 consecutive World Cups (1999, 2003 and 2007).
The Indies hosted the 2007 Cricket World Cup and the 2010 ICC World Twenty20. In June 2019, during the 2019 Cricket World Cup, the West Indies played its 800th ODI match.