The two groups will now move on to the upcoming two-match Test sequence
The fourth and last Twenty20 International (T20I) was washed out resulting from rain giving Pakistan a one-nil sequence victory towards West Indies on the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Tuesday.
Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam had received the toss and elected to area first towards West Indies.
Just three overs may very well be bowled earlier than rain interrupted proceedings which finally led to an deserted contest.
Pakistan had received the second T20I whereas the primary, third and fourth T20Is have been washed out resulting from rain, leading to a sequence victory for the Men in Green.
The two groups will now move on to the upcoming two-match Test sequence.
The two matches are scheduled to begin on August 12 and August 20 respectively.