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Pak vs WI ODI: Political turmoil forces PCB to move Pak-WI ODI from Pindi to Multan
Due to political difficulties in the country, the Pakistan-West Indies ODI series has been relocated from Rawalpindi to Multan, according to reports. So, on June 8, Pakistan and the West Indies will play their first One-Day International. According to sources, the official announcement of the venue shift is expected later today (Thursday).
According to sources, the administration agreed to reschedule the game due to the possibility of a clash in Rawalpindi. Therefore, the West Indies team is expected to arrive in Multan on June 5. Despite political turmoil in the nation’s capital, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) requested federal government guidance on Tuesday to establish the status of the West Indies series. Also, it is set to begin on June 8 at the Pindi Stadium. Thus, the three-match ODI series is part of the World Cup qualification round for 2023. Also, It is especially significant for Pakistan because it signifies the start of the national team’s demanding international cricket season in the coming months.