Sri Lanka national cricket team is likely to travel Pakistan in this October to play at least one Test. If it happens, then it will be the first Test match on the Pakistan soil since 2009. According to the latest report of
On Wednesday (August 7), the report suggested that the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has appointed ace bowler, Lasith Malinga as the skipper for T20Is, whereas, Dimuth Karunaratne will lead the Islanders in One-day Internationals (ODIs) and Tests respectively. Meanwhile, the veteran 35-year-old
Sri Lankan premium fast bowler will be felicitated by the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on July 31 at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo during the third and final ODI of the Sri Lanka-Bangladesh series. The board has decided to pay tribute
According to the recent media reports, Sri Lanka national cricket team is likely to travel Pakistan to play at least one Test in this October. In this October, Sri Lanka will play a two-match bilateral Test series against the hosts Pakistan. Initially,
According to the local media report, the Sri Lankan sports minister has demanded the resignation of all coaching staffs of the national cricket team. So, the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is likely to change all the coaching staffs after the upcoming home
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has again kicked off efforts to bring back international cricket to the country as the board’s officials offered the Sri Lankan Cricket Board to travel to Pakstan for a two-match Test series, a report in Cricbuzz suggests.
The first One-Day International World Cup held in 1975, also known as the Prudential ’75, was also held in England. The very first match was held between England and Australia that was won by the Kangaroos. Though the final battle was between
It has been learnt from the sources that, the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Tuesday (May 7) has allowed the families of distinct players – to join the World Cup-bound players in the United Kingdom (UK). The ICC World Cup 2019 will
Following a series of blasts on Easter in Colombo last week which subsequently left 359 people dead and 400 more injured, the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Saturday (April 27) has called for an indefinite break regarding Under-19 series against visiting Pakistan.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is in constant touch with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) to look for the revival of cricket on a frequent basis in the embattled country. Moreover, Geo Tv suggested that PCB is in talks with Sri Lankan board