Pakistan vs West Indies 5th ODI Live Score, Stream & Updates | PAK vs WI | Wed Jul 24 2013

Pakistan vs West Indies 5th ODI Live Score, Stream & Updates | PAK vs WI | Wed Jul 24 2013

5th ODI – Pakistan vs West Indies Live Score & Updates | PAK vs WI Live Wed Jul 24, 2013

Match Overview & Live Updates

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Pakistan team with series trophy at the end of the 5th and final ODI West Indies v Pakistan at Beausejour Cricket Ground, St. Lucia. WICB Media Photo/Randy Brooks

5th ODI – Pakistan vs West Indies Live | PAK vs WI 5th odi live
Ground: Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia
Date: Wed Jul 24
Time: 13:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 18:30 PKT

Live Score & Ball by ball updates of the match

Toss: Pakistan, who chose to field

Umpires: PR Reiffel and JS Wilson

TV umpire: SJ Davis

Match referee: ; DC Boon

Reserve Umpire: PJ Nero

Shahid Afridi Interview ahead of 5th ODI

Match Update

Pakistan scrambled a four-wicket victory off the penultimate ball in the fifth and final one-day international against the West Indies at the Beausejour Stadium on Wednesday.

Replying to the hosts’ total of 242 for seven, skipper Misbah-ul-Haq’s innings of 63 again piloted the visitors to their target although they made heavy weather of it at the end, Kieron Pollard missing the stumps at the non-striker’s end and Saeed Ajmal dashing home for the winning run to the relief of his teammates.

Pakistan take the five-match series 3-1 with one tied and now both teams shift focus to the two Twenty20 internationals to be played on Saturday and Sunday in St Vincent.

Match Report: Pakistan scramble to four-wicket triumph, win series 3-1

Watch this space for latest updates and match report of the 5th ODI match between Pakistan and West Indies (PAK and WI) in St Lucia on 24th July.

Match Preview

Here we are with the 5th and final ODI of the five match series between Pakistan and West Indies with the green shirts leading the series 2-1. A win here ensures the Trophy is coming to Pakistan with the team’s head high with a 3-1 result followed by the two T20 matches.

the Caribbean has given us another ODI series with twists and turns, following the tri-series also involving India and Sri Lanka. The balance between bat and ball, the absence of which renders so many one-day contests into one-dimensional batting gluts, has set this series up for one, final tussle between the two sides.

In what has become unfortunately recurring due to the forced change in the West Indies home season, rain influenced the result of the fourth game. It arrived while the Pakistan chase was on, and imposed a revised target. West Indies found their three specialist bowlers had already bowled most of their quota; Pakistan had lost only their openers. Although the conditions and the situation were more in favour of the chasing side than the defending one, it must be said that more than those two, Pakistan’s self-destructing tendency often proves to be their undoing. That they didn’t succumb to any of the three is creditable, and irrespective of what happens in the final game, they have maintained their record of not losing a bilateral ODI series in the West Indies since 1988. They have, in fact, won the last two, in 2005 and 2011; even another tie will suit them fine.

A lot has been said about West Indies’ improvement, recent and continuing, in limited-overs cricket. The improvement, however, does not seem to be translating itself clearly into results yet. In the past year, away series losses to Bangladesh and Australia, the latter a 0-5 whitewash, have been followed by an early exit from the Champions Trophy in England, and failure to make the final of a home tri-series. They are now faced with the task of winning the fifth match to avoid losing another home series to Pakistan. It is also crucial for Dwayne Bravo’s fledgling captaincy that he comes out of this scrap with a tied series.

Form guide

(most recent first, last five completed matches)
West Indies LTWLL
Pakistan WTLWL

Stats and trivia

  • Dwayne Bravo has the worst economy-rate in the series – 6.44. Hafeez has the best – 3.24
  • Including the fourth game, Gayle has batted at No. 5 only eight times in 248 ODI innings

The 5th ODI between Pakistan vs West Indies is once again being played at Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia on Wednesday Jul 24, 2013 at 13:30 GMT, 09:30 local in St Lucia and 18:30 PKT in Pakistan.

You can catch ball by ball coverage with commentary and live scores along with batting, bowling and fielding statistics for the 5th ODI of PAK vs WI here on – You can also read Pakistan vs West Indies match updates and match report after the match is over.

Pakistan vs West Indies Squads for 5th ODI

Pakistan Squad: Misbah-ul Haq (captain), Mohammad Hafeez, Nasir Jamshed, Ahmed Shahzad, Asad Shafiq, Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal, Umar Amin, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Irfan, Asad Ali, Junaid Khan, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Saeed Ajmal and Abdul Rehman

West Indies Squad: Dwayne Bravo (captain), Tino Best, Darren Bravo, Johnson Charles, Chris Gayle, Jason Holder, Sunil Narine, Kieron Pollard, Kemar Roach, Darren Sammy, Marlon Samuels, Lendl Simmons, Devon Smith

Series Updates

The Pakistan Tour of West Indies include five One Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.

Pakistan leads the ODI series 2-1.

Pakistan vs West Indies Live Streaming of 5th ODI

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Live Score & Ball by ball updates of the match

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