PESHAWAR, 1 November: The Sri Lankan Cricket Board has expressed satisfaction over security and other arrangements for the T20 match against Pakistan in Lahore and announced to send Under-19 and A-Team to Pakistan.
Sri Lanka Cricket Chief Executive Ashley De Silva told media in Colombo on Tuesday that the Sri Lankan team were impressed with best security arrangements for the Sunday’s T20 match in Lahore. He said Sri Lankan junior teams are scheduled to visit Pakistan, while senior team will also visit Pakistan soon.
International cricket came to a halt after terrorist attack on Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore in 2009 after which Pakistan was forced to host international matches in the United Arab Emirates. The first two matches of the three-match T20 series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka were held in Abu Dhabi, while the final match was organised in Qaddafi Stadium Lahore. Pakistan won the series 3-0.