Following the announcement of teams from both sides, Pakistan is ready to face West Indies in a 3-match T20I series to be played in Karachi from 1st April. Ahead of the series, Pakistan has received words of encouragement from former world number one bowler, Saeed Ajmal.
Saeed, who has been important for the Pakistani team in recent times. He has said that Pakistan is fully capable of winning all 3 games against the team recently qualified for the Cricket World Cup.
While speaking with a local media outlet, Saeed Ajmal offered a full interview in which he also delivered a few words about the Super League of Pakistan (PSL) tournament.
It is a really best sign that so many people are excited in the matches being held in Karachi.
This will send a message to the rest of the world that Pakistan is a safe country to visit and that we can host international cricket once again. INSHA ALLAH
Saeed Ajmal also expressed his happiness by talking about the PSL finals. Which took place in Lahore and Karachi.
Talking about the final, played on March 25 between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi, he said:
We notices That how happy people were during the PSL final. Although the side of the city, the Karachi Kings, had been knocked out. They applauded both Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi.
That shows how eager they are to witness good cricket and Karachi is more than ready to host international matches once again.
After admiring the management of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the security team and the fans. Saeed Ajmal said that Pakistan has a real chance against the West Indies because of their good performances in the T20.
They have been playing T20s for the past month and the quality of cricket was very high.
They should win the series 3-0. Some players performed incredibly well in the tournament so we are hoping that they will put on a good show for us.
Pakistan is currently classified as number one of the T-20. However, they are tied with Australia in the standings. If Pakistan dispatches convincingly to the West Indies. Then Pakistan will be at the forefront in points and qualifications.