West Indies vs Pakistan Head to Head Record in ODIs: The SportsRush present before you the Head to Head record for WI vs PAK.
The second match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between West Indies and Pakistan at Nottingham tomorrow. Playing their first match, both the teams would be eager to start their campaign on a winning note.
One thing which both teams have in common is one of their warm-up matches got abandoned due to rain. While West Indies thrashed New Zealand in the only warm-up match they played, Pakistan were beaten by Afghanistan in a surprising outcome.
Considering the recent record of both the sides, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that the match will be a daunting contest between West Indies’ batting and Pakistan’s bowling.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) May 30, 2019
West Indies vs Pakistan Head to Head Record in ODIs
Total number of matches played: 133
Matches won by West Indies: 70
Matches won by Pakistan: 60
Matches played in West Indies: 33 (WI 16, PAK 15)
Matches played in Pakistan: 26 (WI 14, PAK 11)
Matches played at neutral venues: 74 (WI 40, PAK 34)
Matches played in ICC World Cup: 10 (WI 7, PAK 3)
Most runs for West Indies: 2,390 (Desmond Haynes)
Most runs for Pakistan: 1,930 (Javed Miandad)
Most wickets for West Indies: 69 (Curtly Ambrose)
Most wickets for Pakistan: 89 (Wasim Akram)
Most catches for West Indies: 42 (Jeff Dujon)
Most catches for Pakistan: 23 (Moin Khan)
West Indies and Pakistan had last played an ODI more than a couple of years ago during Pakistan’s tour of West Indies at Guyana. In what was a series-deciding contest, Pakistan had defeated the hosts by 6 wickets to clinch the series 2-1.
After West Indies Jason Holder won the toss and chose to bat, they scored a mediocre 233/9 in their allotted quota of 20 overs. Having picked up a couple of wickets each, Mohammed Amir, Shadab Khan and Junaid Khan were the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan.
On the back of Shoaib Malik’s ninth (and last) century, Pakistan sealed the chase in the 44th over. Other than Malik (101*), veteran batsman Mohammed Hafeez had also scored an impressive 81 (86).