WEB DESK: India has agreed to play a bilateral series on the neutral ground of Sir Lanka, NDTV confirmed, Aaj News reported.
The teams will play three ODIs and two Twenty20 internationals from December 15.
Earlier today, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif allowed the Pakistan cricket team to play a match with India in Sri Lanka.
In a letter to the Pakistan Cricket Board he said that keeping in mind the security situation the series can be played at a neutral venue.
The PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan had sought permission from the Prime Minister for India-Pakistan series at a third country.
“We had always wanted this series to happen,” said Khan, talking to local media.
On Tuesday, Sri Lanka offered itself as a neutral venue for a proposed series between India and Pakistan.
Earlier, talks between the BCCI and PCB in Dubai failed.
Pakistan and India are scheduled to play two Tests, five one-day and two Twenty20 matches in United Arab Emirates (UAE) next month but the series is under serious doubt.
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