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The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) have unveiled the fixtures for his or her bilateral collection in opposition to Sri Lanka in a media launch on Monday, October 17. The collection was initially scheduled to be held in February 2023, however because the cricketing calendars of each groups permitted for a preponement, the collection has now been rescheduled to November 2022., which signifies that the Asian sides will likely be seen in motion quickly after the conclusion of the T20 World Cup in Australia.

Afghanistan’s tour of Sri Lanka will encompass three One Day Internationals, which will likely be performed on the Pallekele Worldwide Cricket Stadium on November 25, 27, and 30. All of the video games will likely be part of the World Cup Tremendous League. Each groups will likely be hoping to profit from this bilateral collection to get a much-needed increase heading into subsequent 12 months’s Asia Cup in Pakistan and the ODI World Cup. 

In the meantime, Afghanistan will likely be visiting the island nation for his or her first-ever bilateral collection. The groups have locked horns with one another up to now in multi-nation tournaments just like the Asia Cup and the World Cup. The Lankans get pleasure from a superior 3-1 file within the 4 ODIs that either side have performed in opposition to one another to date. 

Commenting on this bilateral collection, ACB Chairman Mirwais Ashraf expressed his happiness of a spirited Afghanistan uniting and difficult the previous world champions Sri Lanka in their very own yard.

“We’re happy with the outcomes of our discussions and negotiations with Sri Lanka Cricket on shifting the schedule to November this 12 months. We’re trying ahead to enjoying Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka, which is a heavy process however a problem that I do know our gamers will embrace,” stated Mirwais Ashraf, ACB Chairman as quoted by Cricbuzz.

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