The touring Pakistan team in the Caribbean is furious after a report in a British tabloid once again raised suspicions about their recent One-Day International (ODI) series win over the West Indies.

Although no one was willing to speak on record because of instructions from the Pakistan Cricket Board, a team official said everyone in the team was angry because of the reports.

British tabloid Daily Mail had claimed in a report that suspicious betting patterns were identified during the five-match ODI series between Pakistan and West Indies, while unusually slow run-rates during certain overs followed by bursts of high scoring had set alarm bells ringing in the International Cricket Council.

The report stated that "concerns were raised, in particular, around the tied third match of the series played in St Lucia a week ago on Friday, as well as the final game, which resulted in a last-ball win for Pakistan."

The second ODI, which saw Pakistan fail to score a run off the bat in the first five overs after being set 233 to win, will also be scrutinised by officers of the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit, the report said.