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Pakistan vs West Indies 1st ODI Live Streaming 2013

Pakistan vs West Indies 1st ODI Live Streaming of series on 14th July 2013. The Pak vs WI 1st ODI Live Cricket Streaming online 2013. Watch Pakistan vs West Indies 1st ODI Live Match, 2013. Watch Pakistan vs West Indies 1st ODI is telecast on Ten Cricket, Sky Sports HD and PTV Sports.

Pakistan will start their tour of the West Indies off with an ODI match that will be played at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. The tourists will be desperate to avenge their recent ICC Champions Trophy loss to the West Indies in England.

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The West Indies bowling is probably their most improved discipline of late, and has made up for their inconsistent performances with that bat. Chris Gayle will have to show more consistency, as he has been hot and cold of late. So too his opening partner Johnson Charles, they are capable to getting the side off to excellent starts, although they haven’t been able to do it together. Darren Bravo will have to put his hand up in the number 3 spot, which is a crucial position for any side. Kieron Pollard has been quiet of late, and although doing a decent job when captaining the side for two matches, he’s own game has gone off the boil of late with the bat. One has to say he needs more of a foundation to show his big hitting down the order, but he has to adapt his game to fit into what is needed in the situation.

Pakistan started their tour of well with a win over Guyana in a warm-up fixture. Good form was shown by the number one spinner in the world Saeed Ajmal, who took 5 wicket in the fixture. The return of Shahid Afridi and Umar Akmal will give the touring side a welcome boost, in particular the experience of Afridi, not only with the ball, but also on the field. Like their opposition they have to be more consistent in their batting, and that is probably the only reason 38 year old Captain Misbah-ul-Haq still makes the side. He is the most consistent with the bat in hand; this has to rub off on the young batting line-up if they are to have any chance in the match.

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