Windies `apparently` agree to play Twilight Test in UAE, insists PCB chief

Karachi : Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has revealed that West Indies have agreed to play a day-night Test match in the United Arab Emirates later this year.
The 82-year-old said they have not yet seen the letter from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), but insisted that the Caribbean side had apparently said yes to the proposal of playing one of their two Tests with Pakistan as the pink ball match in the UAE.

If the match is finalized, it would be the first ever Twilight Test for both sides, the Dawn reported.

Besides Tests, Pakistan will also play five-match ODI series and two-match T20 series against West Indies between October to November. (ANI)