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Pakistan-Afghanistan ODI series likely to be cancellled as Sri Lanka imposes lockdown

KARACHI: The chances of the Pakistan-Afghanistan one-day international (ODI) series scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka turned bleak after the host country imposed a 10-day nationwide lockdown, however, the final decision in this regard is expected on Sunday (today).

According to a report published in newspapers, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had earlier offered the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) to play the series in Pakistan but the ACB rejected the proposal.

The officials of the ACB were of the view that the ODI series should be played on a neutral venue. According to ACB’s plan, their players would arrive in Pakistan by road and from there they would fly to Sri Lanka via Dubai.

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