West Indies cricket team has decided to return home without playing ODI series against Pakistan.

West Indies decide to return home without playing ODI series, now this series will be in June
West Indies decide to return home without playing ODI series,

The West Indies have made this decision in view of the situation that has arisen after six of their players tested positive for the code.

A joint statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board and the West Indies Cricket Board said that considering the welfare of both the teams and the limited resources available to the West Indies, it was decided to postpone the ODI series starting on Saturday. Has been done and it will now be held in June next year.

The West Indies team will return home immediately after the third and final T20 match, but the cricketers and officials with the positive results of the Code will be able to return only after completing their isolation in Karachi.

As a result of the Pakistan Cricket Board's talks with the West Indies Cricket Board, the West Indies agreed to play the third and final T20 International in Karachi on Thursday, but also clarified that the six-man squad It has not been possible for him to play in the ODI series due to illness and a player being unfit.

It may be recalled that the West Indies team has come to Pakistan to play a series of three Twenty20 and three ODI matches.

Immediately after coming to Pakistan, in the code tests of the West Indian team, three players and the media manager's code tests were positive. Three cricketers in the second code test on Wednesday. The assistant coach and team doctor's code test came back positive. The West Indies now had only 14 players available to play.

It is worth mentioning that West Indies ODI captain Shy Hope is also among the six players whose code tests have been positive.

The ICC Men's World Cup between Pakistan and West Indies is part of the Super League in which thirteen teams are participating. Any league series that is postponed due to code will be rescheduled.

This is the fourth ODI series of Pakistan which has been canceled. Series against Afghanistan and New Zealand have been canceled.

Pakistan is currently ranked seventh in the ICC Men's World Cup Super League. It has played nine matches so far, winning four and losing five.

Eight teams, including host India, will play live in the 2023 World Cup in India. The other two teams will be selected through a qualifying round, in which the last five and five associate teams of the Super League will participate.