Good news for Pakistan fans! Their hope of witnessing international cricket at home has gained momentum as reports suggest that Kenya will become the first country to tour Pakistan after March 2009 and a half years for a five-match ODI series against Pakistan A. 

The tour will commence on 13th December and will end on 20th December. All the five matches will be played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. 

Zakir Khan, chairman of the organising committee for the series and PCB’s director, international cricket, said that the entire series would consist of day matches, and shall be spread over 45 overs each. 

Tour Fixtures: 

13th December:  1st ODI, Lahore 

15th December:  2nd ODI, Lahore

16th December:  3rd ODI, Lahore

18th December:  4th ODI, Lahore

20th December:  5th ODI, Lahore



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