The training camp of the national team for the ODI series against West Indies has been shifted from Rawalpindi to Lahore. The training camp of the national cricket team for the ODI series against West Indies will start from June 1 in Lahore. All the players in the squad against Kali Andhi have been directed to report to the PCB headquarters in Lahore.
Training camp of national team for ODI series against West Indies shifted
All players playing county cricket in England will also join the camp on June 1. The training camp for the ODI series against West Indies was originally scheduled to be held in Rawalpindi but due to the political situation in the country, it was shifted to Lahore. The series between Pakistan and West Indies is scheduled in Rawalpindi but is likely to be shifted to Multan due to PTI protests. The three ODIs between Pakistan and West Indies will be played on June 8, 10, and 12. The series was scheduled to take place in December last year but the ODI series was postponed due to West Indies players suffering from the Corona.