Pakistan: 154 – 2 (16.5 Overs)

West Indies: 153 – 6 (20 Overs)

KARACHI – The return of international cricket turned sweeter for the local fans as Pakistan on Tuesday scripted a sure-footed whitewash against West Indies in the three-match T20Is.

Pakistan won the third T20I by eight wickets against West Indies by chasing the 154-run target as in-form opener Babar Azam scored another half-century in the series.

Fakhar Zaman provided early momentum to the Sarfraz-led team with his 40 runs off 17 balls, including six fours and two sixes on the strike rate of 235.29.

Courtesy a sure-footed half-century by Andre Fletcher complimented with Denesh Ramdin’s blistering cameo, West Indies posted a fighting total of 153 runs against Pakistan in the third T20I being held in Karachi.

Earlier, West Indies won the toss and decided to bat first against Pakistan in the final T20I at National Stadium Karachi on Tuesday.




Pakistan made two changes as Shaheen Shah Afridi and Usman Shinwari in while fast bowlers Muhammad Amir and Hasan Ali out for the final match squad.

Final Squads

Pakistan XI: F Zaman, B Azam, H Talat, Asif Ali, S Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed, F Ashraf, M Nawaz, Shadab Khan, Shaheen Afridi, Usman Khan.

West Indies XI: C Walton, A Fletcher, M Samuels, J Mohammed, D Ramdin, R Powell, K Paul, R Emrit, A McCarthy, O Smith, S Badree.

What time does Pakistan vs West Indies 1st T20I start?

Pakistan vs West Indies 1st T20I begins at 07:00pm PST (03:00 PM GMT). The coverage of PAK vs WI 1st T20I will begin on the broadcasting channel from 07:30pm PST. The toss will take place at 8:00pm PST.

Where can one watch live matches of the series?

Pakistan vs West Indies matches will be broadcast on PTV Sports, Ten Sports, Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD in English commentary.

How do I watch online live streaming of Pakistan vs West Indies 1st T20I?

Pakistan vs West Indies T20I series live streaming will be available on You can also catch live scores, live updates on


On Monday,  Pakistan routed West Indies by 82 runs as the visitors’ batting line collapsed while they chased the huge total of 206 runs.

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West Indies have hit the ground with an inexperienced side. Marlon Samuels and Samuel Badree are the only two big names in the visiting side.

The Men in Green are in good form due to the recently-concluded Pakistan Super League.

In the match, Pakistan spinner Shadab Khan was fined 20 percent of match fee as he aggressively pointed his finger at West Indies opener Chadwick Walton after dismissing him. Khan made an inappropriate comment also for Walton who scored a 29-ball 40 with the help of five boundaries and two sixes.