The three-match ODI series between Pakistan and the West Indies has been postponed after the Covid-19 cases came to light. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Cricket West Indies have issued a joint statement saying that the series matches have been postponed to early June 2022 after five more positive cases came to light in the Caribbean squad’s coveted matches PCR testing. I will reschedule.
Three-match ODI series were delayed due to Omicron Var
The three-match ODI series is part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. Cricket West Indies have said that they will field their best available players for the World Cup qualifiers against Pakistan. Before the T20 series, three West Indies players were infected with the coronavirus, while six more players and support staff tested positive yesterday, leaving the ODI series in jeopardy.
The players and support staff for the Covid-19 include Sheldon Cottrell, Ruston Chase, Kyle Meyer, ShaiHope, Aqeel Hussain, Justin Graves, Assistant Coach Rudy Stoke and the team led by Dr. Akshai Man Singh. Before the start of the third T20 match between Pakistan and the West Indies, players and board officials were concerned, but the Caribbean board gave the green signal for the match.
Sources said that Corona positive cases came to light in the 36-hour commercial flight, but West Indian players do not have the Omicron variant. West Indian players fear that West Indian players from different airports in Corona. It may be recalled that the West Indies cricket team was Pakistan’s first after April 2018. The visiting team came to Pakistan in 2018 to play three T20 International matches. The West Indies last played an ODI series on Pakistani soil in 2006.