Pakistan tour of West Indies tournament will be start on 8th July 2013 at held on West Indies cricket stadium, Pakistan vs West Indies 2013 series Schedule, complete fixtures time table and match timing and venue information and details available here at this page. Tournament features two ODI matches held on Guyana stadium, after that three ODI playing on saint Lucia stadium, and other two t20 matches played on saint Welsent cricket stadium at West Indies.
Pakistan will play two Tests in West Indies in July, while the limited-overs leg of the tour has been deferred to a later date in the Future Tours Programmers cycle for which the dates have not been decided yet. The decision was taken by the WICB in a meeting held recently. Pakistan were originally scheduled to play the Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20s in the Caribbean in June and July.
Pakistan vs West Indies 2013 Schedule, Time Table
|Thursday July 11||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Bourda Cricket Ground||Warm up match|
|Sunday July 14||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Guyana National Stadium, Guyana||First ODI|
|Tuesday July 16||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Guyana National Stadium, Guyana||Second ODI|
|Friday July 19||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Beausejour Cricket Grounds, St Lucia||Third ODI|
|Sunday July 21||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Beausejour Cricket Grounds, St Lucia||Fourth ODI|
|Wed July 24||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Beausejour Cricket Grounds, St Lucia||Fifth ODI|
|Saturday July 27||00:00||Pakistan vs West Indies||Arnos Vale Cricket Ground, St Vincent||1st T20I|
|Sunday July 28||Pakistan vs West Indies||Arnos Vale Cricket Ground, St Vincent||2nd T20I|
The tour has been split because Pakistan plans to host India in August for a series that is yet to be confirmed, and West Indies are to host Sri Lanka and India for a one-day tri-series to be played immediately after the Champions Trophy. In order to avoid a clash in dates, the WICB had asked the PCB to reschedule their tour.
Originally Pakistan were supposed to play a full series in the West Indies in July-August but the WICB has now decided to hold a tri-series involving India and Sri Lanka and also launch the Caribbean Premier League in August, forcing Pakistan to amend its tour. Interestingly, the cricket committee of the International Cricket Council had expressed concerns over the fact that some boards were altering schedules to drop Test matches to accommodate more ODIs and T20 matches. The official source also said that Pakistan would also be touring Zimbabwe for a one-day series in August.