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Australian cricket board chairman Ariel Eddings will also visit Pakistan to watch the Sri Lanka T20 match

The home series between Lahore Pakistan and Sri Lanka has been left for a few days for which all preparations have also been completed and it is now reported that Australian Cricket Board Chairman Ariel Eddings will also come to Pakistan to watch the Sri Lanka T20 match. Will Earl Eddings will visit T20 in Lahore on October 5 between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and will also see the endings security arrangements himself.
The Sri Lankan cricket team will arrive in Pakistan on September 25 to play three one-day internationals and three 20-match series. All three ODIs in the series will be played at the National Stadium in Karachi while Gadhafi Stadium will be hosted by all three T20 matches.

According to sources, 20 players could be selected initially for the training camp for the ODI and T20 series against Sri Lanka, while the final squads will be announced on September 23. Training begins the next day in Karachi. Will go

Abid Ali is likely to be added to Fakhrman, who is suffering from fitness and form problems, names of Imrakmal and Ahmed Shehzad are also under consideration. There is a possibility that a young player will be given the chance to replace senior all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez. Head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq has seriously considered inviting Samin Gul to the camp with a long-ignored pacer Ehsan Adil.

Following are the details of the training and media coverage schedule for the training camp, which runs from September 18 to 21:
18 September:
3 pm – 6 pm: Media participants participating in an optional training session will be allowed to enter through the PCB Patterns encoder.
September 19:
4:30 pm: Usman Shinwari to hold a press conference at PCB Patterns Includer.
5 pm:
Start of the training session

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