West Indies will get ready for the safeguard of their Twenty20 World Cup crown with three home arrangements among June and August against Pakistan, South Africa and Australia, Cricket West Indies (CWI) declared on Friday.

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Throughout the span of a quarter of a year, the West Indies will play four Tests and three One-day Internationals however the principal accentuation is on the 15 Twenty20 Internationals which structure part of their planning in front of the World Cup which is booked to occur in India in October/November.

The Proteas, whose 2020 visit was racked due to (Covid-19 pandemic, are expected to show up on June 1 and play two Tests in Castries in St Lucia prior to going to St George’s in Grenada for the five T20 Internationals.

It is the first occasion when that South Africa has played a two-sided arrangement in the West Indies since 2010.

Australia’s white ball-just visit in July remembers five Twenty20 Internationals for St Lucia and multi-day/night One-day Internationals in Bridgetown, Barbados which will tally towards the ICC ODI Super League and capability for the 2023 ODI World Cup.

Pakistan plays five Twenty20 Interna­tionals in Bridgetown and Providence, Guyana, and two Tests in Kingston, Jamaica in August.

The CWI and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have consented to supplant one of their arranged three test matches with two extra T20s, with the two groups watching out for the Twenty20 World Cup.

On their last visit to the Caribbean in 2017, Pakistan won their lady Test arrangement 2-1. This gave an ideal goodbye to the then skipper Misbah-ul-Haq and batting extraordinary Younis Khan, who played 276 and 408 worldwide matches, individually, during their renowned lifetimes.

Both will get back to the Caribbean in training parts with Misbah as lead trainer and Younis as batting mentor.

Generally speaking, this will be the 10th Test arrangement between the different sides in the Caribbean since 1957-58 with the 6th positioned home side driving the fifth-positioned guests by 4-1.

The CWI, in the meantime, said it had not yet decided if fans would have the option to go to matches face to face.

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Timetable

June 10-14: West Indies vs South Africa, first Test (St Lucia).

June 18-22: West Indies vs South Africa, second Test (St Lucia).

June 26: West Indies vs South Africa, first T20 International (Grenada).

June 27: West Indies vs South Africa, second T20 International (Grenada).

June 29: West Indies vs South Africa, third T20 International (Grenada).

July 1: West Indies vs South Africa, fourth T20 International (Grenada).

July 3: West Indies vs South Africa, fifth T20 International (Grenada).

July 9: West Indies vs Australia, first T20 International (St Lucia, D/N).

July 10: West Indies vs Australia, second T20 International (St Lucia, D/N ).

July 12: West Indies vs Australia, third T20 International (St Lucia, D/N).

July 14: West Indies vs Australia, fourth T20 International (St Lucia, D/N).

July 16: West Indies vs Australia, fifth T20 International (St Lucia, D/N).

July 20: West Indies vs Australia, first One-day International (Bridgetown, D/N).

July 22: West Indies vs Australia, second One-day International (Bridgetown, D/N).

July 24: West Indies vs Australia, third One-day International (Bridgetown, D/N).

July 27: West Indies vs Pakistan, first T20 International (Bridgetown).

July 28: West Indies vs Pakistan, second T20 International (Bridgetown).

July 31: West Indies vs Pakistan, third T20 International (Providence).

Aug 1: West Indies vs Pakistan, fourth T20 International (Providence).

Aug 3: West Indies vs Pakistan, fifth T20 International (Providence).

Aug 12-16: West Indies vs Pakistan, first Test (Kingston).

Aug 20-24: West Indies vs Pakistan, second Test (Kingston).

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