Pakistan and West Indies cricket teams are geared up to play a full-fledged series in the United Arab Emirates. The series will begin with the first T20 match to be played at the Dubai International Stadium on Sept.23, 2016 at 9:00 p.m. Pakistan time.

Later, the team will play two more T20 encounters followed with three One Day Internationals and three Test matches. Check the complete schedule with date and time in the video below:

Pakistan team is quite confident about playing in the Asian continent, as they performed miserably in the recently concluded England tour. Neutral venues have always proved beneficial for the Pakistan side, as they have won most of the matches played in the UAE, mostly because of the friendly pitches and crowd support.

Sarfraz Ahmed, the Pakistan skipper, expressed his confidence at a press conference, and he said that will be a new beginning for his side after their losses in the recent series. The inclusion of players like Mohammad Amir, Shoaib Malik, Sohail Tanvir and Wahab Riaz will surely add up the strength of the Asian team.

The Pakistani team management has included some noted youngsters in the squad, and they have also retained Umar Akmal to the final fifteen.

Pakistan vs WI - UAE series fixtures:

TV telecast and online streaming info:

PTV Sports will telecast the series live for viewers in Pakistan, Ten Sports in India and Willow TV in the US and Canada.

The live streaming can be watched at the official website of PTV Sports and Ten Sports from 9:00 p.m.

PST.

Unfortunately, the matches in this series are not being telecast live in the United Kingdom.

On the other hand, the West Indies team which is now considered as one of the most dangerous teams in the shorter format of the game are ranked 3rd by the International Cricket Council.

Carlos Brathwaite, the maverick leader is the kingpin of the Carribean side. The inclusion of players like Evin Lewis, Nicholas Pooran and Kesrick Williams will add up the overall strength of the side.

In all probabilities, they will miss the presence of all-rounder Andre Russel.

Cricketing experts believe the whole series will be exciting considering their recent form in the T20 format. But, as we all know, Pakistan is a very unpredictable side, and they can come up from ashes at any moment.

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