- Pakistan won the ICC Champions Trophy in England in 2017
- Pakistan take on West Indies in their first game at this year’s World Cup at Trent Bridge
For years Pakistan traded off their reputation for unpredictability – a true tournament team that no-one wants to play when it really matters.
However, captain Sarfaraz Ahmed knows that tag has now been attached to the West Indies, ahead of their ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup opener at Trent Bridge on Friday.
Kevin Pietersen has tipped Jason Holder’s team as the best hope of upsetting the established world order of England, India and defending champions Australia.
And there’s certainly a swagger about a Windies team who have twice won the World Cup in England, though their most recent win was 40 years ago.