PCB begins talks with Sri Lanka for series

Friday, March 14, 2008

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has begun talks with Sri Lanka for a cricket series and it has also sent the schedule of the ODI series to Bangladesh Cricket Board.

According to the PCB sources, the Pak-Bangladesh series will begin in the first week of April. The series includes five One-day Internationals and one Twenty20 match.

The PCB has once again preferred small cities for the matches of the series.

The Board expects that the schedule will be announced next week after getting its approval from Bangladesh.

On the other hand, the PCB has commenced negotiations with Sri Lankan officials for a series of five One-day Internationals.

The PCB wants Sri Lanka to tour Pakistan after playing the series against the West Indies, which will conclude on April 15.

The PCB officials are hopeful that Sri Lankan cricket board would agree to send its cricket team to Pakistan.

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