First Women's ODI: Pakistan and West Indies compete today -

First Women’s ODI: Pakistan and West Indies compete today

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The PCB has finalized arrangements for the three-match series, with full security measures in place. Earlier, both the teams attended a practice session at the National Stadium on Sunday.

The players paid special attention to the practice of catching after physical training. The series trophy was unveiled on this occasion. A photo session was also held between the two captains Juria Khan and Stephanie Taylor with the trophy.

Isolation completed, Juria Khan, Diana Baig, and Amaima Sohail also became part of the national squad, three more Pakistani cricketers suffering from corona are still in isolation, all three matches of the series will be played at the National Stadium on November 8, 11 and 14, respectively. will go.

After the series, the two teams will leave for Zimbabwe on November 16 to participate in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup qualifiers from November 16 to December 5.

Meanwhile, Pakistan women’s team head coach David Bump says that from the West Indies We are ready for the ODI series and expect good results.

It will help prepare for the scheduled World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe. Jauriya Khan and Diana Baig are not available for the first match. There are high hopes.

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