Pak-WI second ODI today; hosts hope to level series

Pak-WI second ODI today; hosts hope to level series

Soufrière : Saint Lucia | Apr 24, 2011 at 10:35 PM PDT
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Pakistan vs West Indies ODI Highlights

St. Lucia: a visit to Pakistan in the inaugural Twenty20 West Indies after his victory was short-lived as they pleased eight wicket drubbing in opening a meeting of the international day Gros islet.Discuss their performance in Twenty20 and after energy, behind the hosts, the pace of games on Saturday and were seamers pitch backfired when a fatal misreading 29.3 wicketless overs for 162 runs more than carted saw badly, Pakistan allowed the batsmen friendly wicket victory against a clear message to canter.

However, with every match there new possibilities, new day, new designs and new spirit, and can vary at any time. The second five-match series will be played at the same location.

Monday games, played in one place, a West Indies from their mistakes will have the chance to improve anything. Team balance is a critical question for them, however, and both captain Dwayne Bravo and Darren Sammy inclusion of time being that only a balanced Eleven at No. 7 should be two kinds of slot allrounderscan throw up a team ballast away from the center.

West Indies on Saturday see the light of a batsman, but it is possible that other legspinner Anthony Martin's series will be brought to - perhaps at the expense of allrounder Andre Russell - mean that there is less than of batting power, a heaping pressure on top so that its most experienced members shorn.

Page. Animation pitches cutting down on the seam attack in this series that matches a day - does not bode well to follow, and both formats for the success West Indies will have to find a way to get more are for wickets.

Pakistan is an area for concern - and it seamlessly on a team that has gone from defeat by the two batsmen and spinners a command performance with an impressive three for tour openerOne relatively small - can also be found in sewing department.

Wahab Riaz away 11 wides and three no balls given Saturday, while Junaid Khan also sent down six wides, extras are not approved West Indies 200 and without the help.

Such inconsistency is a pitch that was either by or for quicks off the pitch at least on the motion is inexcusable, but so masterful by Pakistan's slow bowlers had performance - especially Saeed Ajmal, the variations proved impossible to take in - and were very contain their batsmen, three of which half a century, it hardly important in the end overs.

West Indies is a proud five-match series level, recovery will be encouraged, but it is Pakistan who started as a firm favorite is.

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Ik_rullz is based in Rāwalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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