Pakistan arrives for West Indies series

Pakistan's players applaud after beating West Indies by 196 runs in the second cricket Test match in Basseterre, St. Kitts, Tuesday May 24, 2011. The series finished tied 1-1.
Associated Press/Andres Leighton, file
Pakistan has backed the bio-secure protocols in place for their upcoming Test and Twenty20 series against the West Indies.
The Asian side will face West Indies in the first of two Twenty20 International matches at Kensington Oval Barbados later this week before flying to Guyana for the last three matches.
Jamaica’s Sabina Park will be the stage for the two Test series from Aug. 12 – 24.
The second ODI three-match series between West Indies and Australia at Kensington Oval had to be postponed last Thursday to Monday after a member of the West Indies support staff was tested positive for COVID-19.
However, all the players, officials and support staff were tested and they were cleared to play last Saturday.

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