Lahore (November 07, 2017): The much-awaited three-match T20 series between Pakistan and the West Indies, scheduled to be held later this month, is likely to be postponed, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials said on Monday.
A senior PCB official said the thick blanket of smog in Lahore, and the commitment of West Indies’ major players to the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) became the main reasons for the postponement of the bilateral T20 series.
“The PCB and the West Indies Cricket Board had agreed that West Indies will tour Pakistan in November, but now it is unlikely to happen because of the smog and some other reasons,” the official said, adding that the Meteorological Department had been unable to specify a timeframe for the dissipation of the smog.
He said both the boards are now deliberating other possible dates for the series. However, the tour is expected to take place after March 2018, the official said.
Sources said that West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will take final decision on the Pakistan tour after meeting with West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) today.