The three-match Pakistan-West Indies One Day International (ODI) series has been moved from Rawalpindi to Multan due to the political situation in Islamabad.

The first ODI between Pakistan and West Indies will take place on June 8. The West Indies team is likely to arrive in Multan next week on June 5.

Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had sought guidelines from the federal government to decide on the future of the West Indies series, which was set to start in Rawalpindi.


It is pertinent to mention here that the ODI series is part of the World Cup 2023 qualifying round.

Former Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan warned Pakistan’s government to set new elections in the next six days or he will again march on the capital along with millions of people.