Islamabad :   Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer said Thursday that postponing ODI series between Pakistan and West Indies ‘will not have any impacts on commencement of Pakistan vs Australia series’, it emerged Friday.
According to media reports, Salman said that Australian security experts arrived in Pakistan a couple of days ago and saw everything which was in place for the West Indies series and I hope they returned satisfied.
“There should be absolutely no impact on Australia’s Pakistan tour,” Salman told a news conference here at the National Stadium.
The PCB COO clarified that the ODI series between Pakistan and the West Indies were deferred to June 2022 keeping in mind the West Indies players’ welfare and mental health.
Naseer said the matches will be held in the first two weeks of June 2022. He said the weather wouldn’t be too hot for the players as the matches will be held in the evening. International matches in the evening have been held in Pakistan in the past as well, he observed.

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