Pakistan after taking an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series against Sri Lanka has now forwarded Zimbabwe with an offer to play a T20 series rather than ODIs, Express News reported on Friday.
According to the Zimbabwe Cricket Union, Pakistan has not yet signed an MoU to play the series in August.
Earlier, West Indies was invited to play a tri-series when Pakistan was supposed to visit Zimbabwe for a reciprocal visit in August.
Pakistan currently stand on the eighth position with 90 points while West Indies are ninth on the International Cricket Council's ODI team rankings.
If West Indies is not called in for a series in Zimbabwe, then Pakistan will have easily qualified for the 2017 Champions Trophy scheduled to be held in England even if they lose the last ODI to Sri Lanka in the ongoing five-match series.
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