WICB announces West Indies A v Pakistan A schedule

St John’s Antigua – As part of the emphasis and focus on the sustained West Indies A Team programme the West Indies Cricket Board announces the schedule for the series against Pakistan A in November 2010.

The two teams will play two Twenty20 matches under lights at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds in Antigua, three One Day matches in Grenada and two ‘Tests’ at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in St Vincent.

Pakistan A arrive in the Caribbean on November 3rd and depart on November 28th.

Schedule

Antigua & Barbuda

Nov 5: West Indies A v Pakistan A – T20 Match – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds (6:30pm)

Nov 6: West Indies A v Pakistan A – T20 Match – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds (6:30pm)

Grenada

Nov 9: West Indies A v Pakistan A – 1 Day Match – Grenada National Stadium (9am)

Nov 11: West Indies A v Pakistan A – 1 Day Match – Progress Park (9am)

Nov 14: West Indies A v Pakistan A – 1 Day Match – Grenada National Stadium (9am)

St Vincent & The Grenadines

Nov 18 to 21: West Indies A v Pakistan A – Arnos Vale Sports Complex (9:30am)

Nov 24 to 27: West Indies A v Pakistan A – Arnos Vale Sports Complex (9:30am)

Pakistan A Squad:
Faisal Iqbal (Captain), Khurram Manzoor, Umair Khan, Abid Ali, Amer Sajjad, Naveed Yasin, Hammad Azam, Yasir Shah, Sarfraz Ahmad (wicketkeeper), Zulfiqar Babar, Junaid Khan, Anwar Ali, Tabish Khan, M. Rameez, Shan Masood

Team Management: Abdul Rehman – Head Coach, Team Manager – Naveed Akram Cheema, Fitness Trainer – Imran-Ullah, Physiotherapist – Dr. Sohail Saleem, Video Analyst – Umer Farooq

The West Indies A squad will be announced at a later date.

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1 Comment

  1. Business man
    October 8, 2010

    Match Fixers… I have no confidence in these games. Pakistan should work harder at getting clean, stop messing with the ball, and all that crap.

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