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    Default Pakistan tour of West Indies


    This is your information source for the oncoming Pakistan tour of West Indies. The tour features 1 T20 International, 5 ODI Matches and 2 Test Matches...

    Here is a Tour Schedule
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    Thu Apr 21

    18:00 GMT | 14:00 local
    23:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">Only T20I - West Indies v Pakistan
    Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Sat Apr 23
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">1st ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Mon Apr 25
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">2nd ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Thu Apr 28
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">3rd ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Sun May 1
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">4th ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Thu May 5
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">5th ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Providence Stadium, Guyana




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOtr><TD vAlign=top width="25%">Sun May 8 - Mon May 9
    14:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    19:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">TBC v Pakistanis
    Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%">Thu May 12 - Mon May 16
    14:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    19:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">1st Test - West Indies v Pakistan
    Providence Stadium, Guyana




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%">Fri May 20 - Tue May 24
    14:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    19:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">2nd Test - West Indies v Pakistan
    Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts




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    </TD><TD width="50%"></TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Mon Apr 25
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">2nd ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Thu Apr 28
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">3rd ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Sun May 1
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">4th ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%"><!-- new datetype added %a %b %e -->Thu May 5
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    18:30 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">5th ODI - West Indies v Pakistan
    Providence Stadium, Guyana




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOtr><TD vAlign=top width="25%">Sun May 8 - Mon May 9
    14:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    19:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">TBC v Pakistanis
    Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%">Thu May 12 - Mon May 16
    14:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    19:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">1st Test - West Indies v Pakistan
    Providence Stadium, Guyana




    </TD><TD width="20%"><CENTER>N/A</CENTER></TD><TD width="5%" align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff height=1 width=630 colSpan=4></TD></TR><TR class=FixOdi><TD vAlign=top width="25%">Fri May 20 - Tue May 24
    14:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    19:00 PKT




    </TD><TD width="50%">2nd Test - West Indies v Pakistan
    Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts




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    Abdul Razzaq and Kamran Akmal have been axed from Pakistan's combined ODI and Twenty20 squad for the upcoming tour of West Indies, while senior players Umar Gul and Younis Khan have been rested. Shahid Afridi remains in charge of a team that will feature a new wicketkeeper, Mohammad Salman.

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    The Test squad will be named at a later date and it is expected that Gul and Younis - the former had asked selectors for a rest from the limited overs portion of the tour - will return.
    Kamran's wicketkeeping has been a source of concern for some time now, though various selectors have persisted with him in the belief that his batting provides the side with flexibility. But a poor World Cup campaign, with bat and gloves - the low hit in the game against New Zealand where he dropped centurion Ross Taylor three times, including twice early on, as well as fluffs in games against Sri Lanka and the semi-final with India - have finally proved too much. Coach Waqar Younis had hinted that it was time for a new wicketkeeper to be blooded, and Salman got the nod.
    With 103 first-class games to his name, the Karachi-born Salman, 29, has been on the fringes of selection for a while. A few years ago he was thought by many to be the best wicketkeeper in the land though in recent times, he had been overlooked behind Sarfraz Ahmed, Zulqarnain Haider and Adnan Akmal.
    "He is the best of the lot," Rashid Latif, former Pakistan captain and wicketkeeper, said. Salman was Latif's deputy at Allied Bank Limited (ABL) in 2000 and worked with him later as well. "He came into ABL as my deputy wicket keeper and I worked with him then. After that we both joined Port Qasim Authority team in 2006, me as coach and Salman as a main wicketkeeper. He is an athletic man and a good batsman too for all formats."
    Though the Test squad has not yet been announced, it is likely Kamran's younger brother Adnan will retain his spot in the side as the wicketkeeper.
    Pakistan have also embarked on a search for a new allrounder, with the highly-rated Hammad Azam drafted in to replace Razzaq. The veteran Razzaq had a strange World Cup, playing all matches but almost as a spare part in the XI, taking only five wickets and making 104 runs.
    He did not complete his quota of 10 overs even once, and managed only a single half-century, though he usually batted as low as number eight. He was often given the new ball, but taken off after short opening spells to make way for Gul and the spinners. After the first couple of games, he had expressedba desire to play a larger part in Pakistan's World Cup campaign, but continued to play a peripheral role.
    Azam was a central figure in Pakistan's last U-19 World Cup campaign and was selected in the squad for the World T20 in the Caribbean last year, but he did not feature in a single game.
    "At the moment there's no place for Abdul Razzaq and Kamran Akmal in the team," chief selector Mohsin Khan told reporters. "We want to try out few youngsters and that's why we have picked those players who have performed outstandingly in the domestic circuit."
    Left-hand opening batsman Taufeeq Umar, who recently worked his way back into the Test side, is another surprise inclusion for the shorter formats. Aizaz Cheema the 31-year-old seamer who plays for Punjab, has also received a call-up to replace Gul. Cheema has 221 wickets from 62 first-class matches, and will tussle for the new ball with Wahab Riaz, Tanvir Ahmed and Junaid Khan. Usman Salahuddin, another youngster who made an impression at the Under-19 level, also got the selector's nod for the tour. Salahuddin scored 927 runs in the Quaid-e-Azam trophy last year and will fight for a middle-order spot.
    The tour kicks off with a warm-up game from April 18, while the only Twenty20 will be played on April 21 in St Lucia. The five-match ODI series will begin on April 23, and the Test leg of the tour will commence on May 12.
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    Squad:
    Shahid Afridi (capt)
    Mohammad Hafeez
    Ahmed Shehzad
    Taufeeq Umar
    Usman Salahuddin
    Misbah-ul-Haq
    Asad Shafiq
    Umar Akmal
    Abdur Rehman
    Saeed Ajmal
    Tanvir Ahmed
    Wahab Riaz
    Junaid Khan
    Hammad Azam
    Aizaz Cheema
    Mohammad Salman (wk)

    Reserves:
    Rameez Raja (jnr)
    Sadaf Hussain
    Asif Zakir
    Sohail Khan
    Zulifqar Babar
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    shukar hai ALLAH ka k new log ae hain pore news channels ne rola dala hai tu new log dale hain inho ne shukar hai misbah nahi drop kia par ye 31 year ka bowler chalo i hope k acha tour hoga aaj ja rahe haina team?

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    kon sa junaid ko chance milya gaya or na hi hammad azam ko

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    aab mil jaega sadaf dont worry i think aab is tour mai yeh log change deinge ku k younis razzak or shoaib nahi hain so piche choice koi nahi reh jati

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    acha hai..ALLAH kare hamay acha sa bowler mil jay

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    Shukar hai kamran akmal se to pecha chota hamara
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    pata nahi ktini der tak
    wapis tu ye jaldi hi aye jay gaya
    itni easily nahi jay gaya..gunda

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    ALLAH kery ab hamain kabhi iski aur isk kahandan k logo ki shakal na dekhni pary ameen aur ALLAH hamara pecha imran farhat se bi churwa dy jaldi se AMEEN
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