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    Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

    ESPNcricinfo staffAugust 2, 2013
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    Pakistan will host Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) between December 2013 and January 2014 for a bilateral series that includes three Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20s. The series, the second bilateral contest between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the UAE, will be played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.
    The T20s and ODIs have been scheduled before the Tests. The T20s will be played on December 11 and 13 in Dubai, while Sharjah will host the first ODI on December 18. The last two ODIs will be played in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan will take on Afghanistan in a T20 match before the start of the Sri Lanka series, although the venue for the match has not yet been announced.
    The first Test has been scheduled for December 31 in Dubai, while Abu Dhabi and Sharjah will host the second and third Tests, from January 8 and January 16.
    "The tour itinerary has been approved after consultation between Pakistan Cricket Board and its counterpart Sri Lanka," the PCB said in a statement
    Since the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore in March 2009, Pakistan have been forced to play their home series overseas, with UAE being the preferred venue. The last time the two sides played in the UAE in 2011, Pakistan won the ODIs 4-1 and won the Test and T20 series 1-0. Pakistan enjoyed little success on their tour of Sri Lanka in June and July 2012 - the last bilateral series between the teams - losing the Tests (1-0) and ODIs (3-1), while the T20 series was tied.
    Fixtures
    1st T20I: December 11, Dubai
    2nd T20I: December 13, Dubai
    1st ODI: December 18, Sharjah
    2nd ODI: December 20, Dubai
    3rd ODI: December 22, Sharjah
    4th ODI: December 25, Abu Dhabi
    5th ODI: December 27, Abu Dhabi
    1st Test: December 31-January 4, Dubai
    2nd Test: January 8-12, Abu Dhabi
    3rd Test: January 16-20, Sharjah

    Sri Lanka tour of UAE 2013-14 : Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE | Cricket News | Pakistan v Sri Lanka | ESPN Cricinfo


    #2
    Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

    Friggitty Frag, not this again... BTW, Pakistan never plays 5-test series.

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      #3
      Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

      hahahaha...fun times ahead
      Aada Ganja...Poora Khabis...
      Nawaz Sharif...Shahbaz Sharif :D

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        #4
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        Originally posted by aaliyahkhan1 View Post
        hahahaha...fun times ahead

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          #5
          Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

          Arghhhhhh not again

          How many times we are going to beat the Srilanka in UAE?

          We should play against Australia,England and NZ more

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            #6
            Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

            ^
            Aada Ganja...Poora Khabis...
            Nawaz Sharif...Shahbaz Sharif :D

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              #7
              Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

              Originally posted by aaliyahkhan1 View Post
              ^


              owns Srilanka

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                #8
                Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

                ^sorry to disappoint you, but I think the president kinda own SL these days
                Aada Ganja...Poora Khabis...
                Nawaz Sharif...Shahbaz Sharif :D

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                  #9
                  Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

                  Originally posted by aaliyahkhan1 View Post
                  ^sorry to disappoint you, but I think the president kinda own SL these days
                  Acha jee mjhe nhe pta tha ab is baat par hansu ya royu

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                    #10
                    Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

                    Who will be next series against after Sri Lanka, may be Bangladesh? May be they may arrange a 'tallay' friendly against their brotherly neighbour Afghanistan. Good chance for the jokers to improve their batting averages on flat tracks and secure their places in the side for next few years.
                    Jokers + Cheaters + Fixers

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                      #11
                      Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

                      Originally posted by Rock_Express View Post
                      Who will be next series against after Sri Lanka, may be Bangladesh? May be they may arrange a 'tallay' friendly against their brotherly neighbour Afghanistan. Good chance for the jokers to improve their batting averages on flat tracks and secure their places in the side for next few years.
                      Whts the problem ?? They beat India in their hometown , now time for next team .
                      Meri hasti may ANAA hay meri masti may shaaoor ...

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                        #12
                        Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

                        Originally posted by waleedhbk View Post
                        Acha jee mjhe nhe pta tha ab is baat par hansu ya royu
                        mujhe bhi iska answer nahi patha...ab tumhe kya patha hoga
                        Aada Ganja...Poora Khabis...
                        Nawaz Sharif...Shahbaz Sharif :D

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                          #13
                          Re: Pakistan to host Sri Lanka in UAE

                          Originally posted by Rock_Express View Post
                          Who will be next series against after Sri Lanka, may be Bangladesh? May be they may arrange a 'tallay' friendly against their brotherly neighbour Afghanistan. Good chance for the jokers to improve their batting averages on flat tracks and secure their places in the side for next few years.
                          May be when "fast track" teams can perform on "flat tracks" (how SL owned SA in ODIs) our teams will start to perform on greener pitches

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