GEORGETOWN: Pakistan cricket team have reached Guyana from Port of Spain for three-match one-day international (ODI) series against the West Indies.
Georgetown, the capital of Guyana, will host all three ODI matches at Providence Stadium that will be played on April 7, 9 and 11, a series that holds extreme significance for both the teams.
Only top eight teams by September 30 will qualify directly for the World Cup, and last two teams will be selected after playing the qualifying round. Currently, Pakistan are at the eighth position in the ODI rankings whereas West Indies are at number nine.
Earlier, green shirts brushed aside the Windies in four-match Twenty20 series by 3-1. The ODI series will be followed by three Tests in Caribbean Islands.