Pakistan on top in second Test

May 24, 2011

Photo by Harrias

Pakistan are on the brink of levelling the two match series against the West Indies in the Caribbean. The visitors will just need 5 more wickets on the last day in St Kitts, after the West Indies crashed to 130/5 chasing an improbable fourth innings target of 427 set by Pakistan.

A draw would have been good enough to see West Indies win their first Test series in over two years.

On a wicket that is starting to assist spin it should not take Pakistan long to wrap up this contest, especially with a fragile West Indian tail.

Brendan Nash is the only recognised batsman still left at the crease (30), while Darren Bravo provided hope earlier in the day with a well-made 50.

Abdur Rehman (3-24) will be hoping to add to his wicket tally today in ensuring an easy victory for the tourists in St Kitts

Chris Murtagh 24/05/11

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