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Cricket at the Oval

Ezra Stuart

Cricket at the Oval

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The West Indies won the toss and sent Pakistan in to bat in the fourth Digicel One-Day International at Kensington Oval here today, May Day Bank-holiday.
Play started promptly at 9:30 a.m. despite the persistent rain yesterday which left parts of the island flooded.
The West Indies made two changes to their team which lost the third ODI last Thursday by three wickets to Pakistan, who lead the five-match series 3-0.
Wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh returns to the side at the expense of fast bowler Andre Russell and Ramnaresh Sarwan takes the place of opener Devon Smith. Leg-spinner Anthony Martin has once again been omitted.
Pakistan omitted middle order batsman Umar Akmal and left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz, bringing in Tanvir Ahmed and Usman Salahuddin.
PAKISTAN, sent in to bat by the West Indies after play started promptly after 9:30 a.m. progressed to 134 for one off 34 overs in the fourth Digicel One-Day International at Kensington Oval today, May Day Bank-holiday.
Opener Mohammed Hafeez was on 76 and No.3 batsman Asad Shafiq was not out on 57. Kemar Roach took the lone wicket to fall so far, dismissing Ahmed Shehzad for six.