LAHORE - The proposed cricket series between Pakistan and the West Indies at Abu Dhabi has been scrapped, it was learnt on Monday. According to reports, the West Indies cricket Board, which itself had proposed the two-Test series earlier this month, said it did not have the time to play the series against Pakistan. Sources in the PCB claimed that the WICB had demanded Us $ 5million for the series which the PCB said was too high a price for them. Pakistan have not played a single Test this year after Australia postponed their full tour in March over security fears in the wake of deadly suicide bombings and other unrest blamed on Islamic militants. Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt said the two Tests to be played in Abu Dhabi would be in addition to the three one-day internationals which the two countries have already agreed from November 10-14. Pakistan played last Test was against India in December last year their next Test outing will also be against India in January next year. Pakistan cricket has been badly hit by security fears, with other foreign teams refusing to tour the troubled country in the wake of the 9/11 attacks on US soil and the subsequent US-led invasion in neighbouring Afghanistan. An eight-nation Champions Trophy was postponed after South Africa pulled out of the event which had been due to take place in September this year. The International Cricket Council last week rescheduled the Trophy for September-October next year, but would closely assess security during Pakistan's home series against India early next year. Pakistan also had to relocate its home series to Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates and Sri Lanka in 2002.