Multan: Pakistani team is set to face West Indies in the second ODI of the three-match series at Multan Cricket Stadium.
The three One-Day Internationals are part of the Super League cycle and both sides are eager to secure crucial points to advance their chances for direct qualification in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
The hosts are 1-0 up in the series, and this is the last chance for the visitors to level up the playing field before the final ODI on Sunday.
The first ODI also marked the return of international cricket in the city after a gap of over 14 years.
The two teams enter the series high on confidence.
This is Pakistan’s fifth Super League series. They have defeated Zimbabwe, South Africa and Australia, and lost to England so far.
He is the only batter to have smashed six centuries in the ongoing cycle, with Ireland’s Paul Stirling being the second best with three. The right-handed stylish stroke maker has dispatched exactly 100 balls towards the fence for four.
The Windies also had some positives from the first ODI despite a defeat. Their top order showed promising form with the bat particularly Shai Hope and Shamram Brooks.
The last remaining ODI will be played on12 June with the matches beginning at 1600 (local time)