Sri Lanka wants to tour Pakistan for three ODIs and many T20s in September-October 2019, while World Test Championship matches have been moved to December.
Karachi’s National Stadium wants to host the ODI series beginning 27 September, while the three T20Is will be played at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, the first of which will be played on 5 October.
Sri Lanka for two World Test Championship matches in October before Sri Lanka returned for three ODIs and three T20Is in late December.
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“The PCB is pleased with the outcome of its talks with Sri Lanka Cricket, which has supported Pakistan in its efforts and efforts to fully revive international cricket,” said PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani Give Sri Lanka an even better understanding of the ground situation before They discuss the schedule of the tests.
“The upcoming games will end the long wait of Pakistani cricket fans and fans to see the modern stars of both teams live in action. This will make an enormous contribution to our revised domestic cricket structure. “
“We are very grateful to Sri Lanka’s cricket president Shammi Silva, his board and his players for their positive response to our request to play in Pakistan. The PCB is looking forward to welcoming the Sri Lankan cricket team and assuring them that they are as well served as any other international team in the past. “
Sri Lanka’s last international match in Pakistan took place in October 2017 at the Gaddafi Stadium – the third and final T20I of the series, after the Test and ODI series and the first two T20I games had taken place in the UAE. Her last test appearance was in March 2009, and it was also the last time a test series was held in Pakistan.
“PCB and SLC have a long history of cricket relationships and friendships, and this decision only strengthens this commitment,” said SLC President Shammi Silva and Lahore for three ODIs and three T20Is. The security experts from SLC visited the two cities earlier this month and made a positive review that helped us make the decision. “
“The safety of his players is the responsibility of the SLC, which he takes very seriously. If there had been any doubt, the SLC would not have made that agreement we envisaged to improve the confidence and confidence of the players, and it will be crucial even when we discuss the schedule of the friendly matches begin. “
The two teams will compete against each other in December as part of the current Test World Cup in two test matches.