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Pakistan will play West Indies in their first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in Nottingham on Friday, May 31.

The match starts at 9:30 AM GMT, 2:30 PM PKT.

Pakistan lost one of their warm-up matches against Afghanistan while the other match against Bangladesh was called off due to the rain.

West Indies faced a similar fate in their first warm-up match against South Africa, which was called off due to rain. West Indies won their second warm-up match though, against New Zealand.

PTV Sports live streaming info

PTV Sports and Ten Sports will jointly telecast the PAK vs WI match in Pakistan. The live streaming can be watched at website will provide live streaming in Pakistan. ESPN Caribbean will broadcast the match for the fans in the Caribbean Islands.

ESPN Play Caribbean will provide online streaming in the Caribbean Islands. Star Sports will televise the game in India while Hotstar will provide the live streaming in the Indian subcontinent at

Pakistan yet to win a match in this UK tour

Pakistan has some worries. Since their arrival in the United Kingdom last month, Sarfaraz’s men haven’t won a single match. Their confidence might be low, but their spirits are high as new challenges come in front of them. There could be some surprise selections in the XI, but mostly their line-up will be similar to the one in the warm-up match against Afghanistan.

Power-hitting West Indies high on spirits

Considering the strategy followed by West Indies in the practice match, Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle will open the batting for them, followed by Shai Hope at # 3.

Darren Bravo and Shimron Hetmyer will follow, with Andre Russell and skipper Jason Holder being the key all-rounders. There is uncertainty regarding the bowling unit. Ashley Nurse is likely to be the lone spinner.

Pitch and weather report

The pitch at Trent Bridge has been renowned for being flat in the past few years. Teams have scored lots of runs on this track. England had scored 444 and 481 runs against Pakistan and Australia respectively. It is safe to assume that the pitch will have a lot of runs in store. Leg spinners could get some drift from the surface.

The weather could be cloudy, but there is no threat of rain.

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