International Cricket in 2006-07 - November 2006 - West Indians in Pakistan

West Indians in Pakistan

West Indies played three Tests and five One-day Internationals in Pakistan. The tour clashed with a date for a Twenty20 match organised by Allen Stanford, but that game was eventually cancelled and the tour went ahead. In the Test series, Mohammad Yousuf passed Viv Richards' record of most runs in a calendar year, finishing the year with 1,788 Test runs, 665 of which came in this three-match series. Pakistan took a two-nil lead in the ODI series before losing captain Inzamam-ul-Haq to injury, and Marlon Samuels helped West Indies outscore Pakistan with his unbeaten century in the fourth match.

West Indies cricket team in Pakistan in 2006–07. Test series: Pakistan won the 3-match series 2–0. One-day International series: Pakistan lead the 5-match series 2–1 with one match to play.

No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test Series
Test 1815 11,12,13,14 November Brian Lara Inzamam-ul-Haq Gaddafi Stadium Pakistan by 9 wickets
Test 1816 19,20,21,22,23 November Brian Lara Inzamam-ul-Haq Multan Cricket Stadium DRAW
Test 1818 27,28,29,30 November, 1 December Brian Lara Inzamam-ul-Haq National Stadium, Karachi Pakistan by 199 runs
One-day International Series
ODI 2458a 5 December Brian Lara Younis Khan Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium ABANDONED
ODI 2460 7 December Brian Lara Inzamam-ul-Haq Iqbal Stadium Pakistan by 2 wickets
ODI 2463 10 December Brian Lara Inzamam-ul-Haq Gaddafi Stadium Pakistan by 7 wickets (D/L)
ODI 2464 13 December Brian Lara Abdul Razzaq Multan Cricket Stadium West Indies by 7 wickets
ODI 2466 16 December Brian Lara Inzamam-ul-Haq National Stadium, Karachi Pakistan by 7 wickets

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