The West Indies squad finally touched down at Multan International Airport on Monday afternoon and received a warm welcome at a local hotel.

In a video shared by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), West Indian players were welcomed with bouquets and served juices as they look forward to three ICC World Cup Super League ODI matches against the Green Shirts.

The visiting squad will rest today before they come out for a training session on Tuesday ahead of the series. The two teams will lock horns on June 8, 10, and 12. 

The West Indies are led by their newly appointed captain Nicholas Pooran who will be performing his duties as skipper in his second international series. The two-time world ODI champions just finished their series in the Netherlands, whitewashing the home side 3-0.

On the other hand, Pakistan, who won their last ODI series by 2-1 at home against mighty Australians, will start training today.

Under Babar Azam, Pakistan are currently settling at number 10 with six wins out of 12. Whereas, the West Indies have decent numbers, sitting at the number four position with eight wins in 18 matches.

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