Full coverage of Pakistan vs India 2016 series (PAK vs IND) with live scores, latest news, pictures, videos, Schedule, Fixtures and Results and Ball by ball commentary. The series hosted by Sri Lanka will consist of only three ODIs and two T20s.
No bilateral series confirmation but we are expecting a breakthrough later in 2016.
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Pakistan vs India News
About Pakistan vs India 2015/2016 Series in Sri LankaThe Pakistan-India series has finally been finalized following the visit of India's Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj to Islamabad. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed the series to take place between December 24 and January 5 2016 but with fewer number of matches.
Pakistan's cricket-loving Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had cleared the tour last month but BCCI continued to wait for the final approval from Modi's Govt. The two countries, bitter rivals on and off the cricket field, signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2014 that Pakistan would host their next series after India had staged their previous two meetings (2007 and 2012).
According to the ICC calendar, India and Pakistan were originally schedule to play two Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20 internationals in December-January 2016. But given India's next tour of Australia starting January 12 in Perth, BCCI and Pakistan Cricket Board agreed to a much shortened series. See the updated Pakistan vs India schedule for 2015/16.
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