The ODI matches among Pakistan and West Indies have been moved from Rawalpindi to Multan.
The two groups will clash on June 8, 10 and 12 in the city of south Punjab.
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Temperatures are supposed to arrive at the high forties in the city in Southern Punjab, and as a cure, all matches will start at 4pm neighborhood time to stay away from the intensity.
The series was initially set to be played out last December, however were deferred because of a Covid episode in the West Indies camp.
Pakistan guaranteed the T20I series that was played out in advance, winning 3-0.
Pakistan will hold their instructional course in Lahore from June 1, preceding moving to Multan on June 5. Haris Rauf and Shadab Khan, both highlighting in province cricket, are supposed to show up well in time for the series.
The West Indies crew will show up in Islamabad on June 6, preceding venturing out to Multan on a sanction flight.
Pakistan v West Indies ODI Series 2022 Fixtures
8 June – first ODI
10 June – second ODI
12 June – third ODI