Pakistan may turn the table in the Caribbean this time as it eyes its first ever Test series win against West Indies when both sides will meet for the second Test match at the Kensington Oval in Barbados on Sunday.
With a seven-wicket victory over West Indies in first Test of three-match series at Kingston, makes it possible for Pakistan to make a history under the Captaincy of 42-year-old Misbah-ul-Haq, who is serving the Country in his last International Tour.
Shadab Khan is warming up. It seems he will be making Test debut today. Set to become 227th Test player for Pakistan. Second Mianwali-born. pic.twitter.com/wypNc5jEJN
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) April 30, 2017
It has been almost 60 years since Pakistan toured West Indies for the first time in 1957-58; however the South Asian Country is yet to register its first series win in Test mates in the Caribbean.
So far, Pakistan has played 7 Test series against West Indies in the Caribbean, out of which it lost in 4 series while 3 ended in draws including the last Test series between the two Sides in 2011.
Prior to the first Test win at Kingston, Pakistan had won just 5 Test matches out of a total of 23 in West Indies whereas suffered defeats in 11 matches. Out of 23, 7 Test matches ended without any results.
Earlier in the first Test at Sabina Park in Kingston from April 21-25, Pakistan beaten West Indies by 7 wickets in the 5th day of rain-affected Test match, taking a lead in three matches series.
The leg-spinner Yasir Shah took 8 wickets in the match; however Younis Khan earned even bigger achievement as he completed his 10,000 Test runs, becoming first Pakistani to do so.
Congratulations to Younis Khan! ? He becomes the 13th player and the first from Pakistan to reach the milestone of 10,000 Test runs! pic.twitter.com/9VYZfKzKjA
— ICC (@ICC) April 23, 2017