The one-day series between Pakistan and West Indies, which was scheduled to held after the T20I series which ended on Thursday, has been postponed and will now be played in June 2022. The decision was taken after five more members of the West Indies touring party, including players Shai Hope, Akeal Hosein and Justin Greaves, tested positive for COVID-19. On arrival in Karachi, Sheldon Cottrell, Roston Chase and Kyle Mayers had also tested COVID-19 positive
Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has stated that there is nothing wrong with both teams sharing the World Cup in case of a tie, and that a Super Over is not necessary to choose one winner. As everyone is aware, England were declared winners of the 2019 World Cup despite tying the final as well as the Super Over. Hosts England were named champions on the basis of a controversial boundary count rule.