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Watch Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI will be played at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai.Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI will begin at 4:30 PM IST (1100 hrs GMT) since it is a day-night fixture.
PAK vs SL ODI will be played in Dubai and will be played under lights. The toss of PAK vs SL 1st ODI will take place half an hour prior to the first ball – 4:00 PM IST.
The focus now shifts to limited over matches with the first ODI to take place in Dubai. Keeping the format into consideration, last time Pakistan played a 50-over game, they beat India to lift the ICC Champions Trophy. On the other hand, Sri Lanka were blanked 0-5 by India in the ODI series for a dismal recent record.
When is Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI?
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI will be played on Friday, October 13, 2017. This will be the first of five ODI matches in the series.
Which TV channel will telecast Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI live?
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI will be broadcast live on PTV Sports network from 4:00 PM IST with the toss and subsequent coverage.
Date: October 13, 2017
Match: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 1st ODI
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
Time: 10:00 AM GMT, 02:00 PM LOCAL
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Sarfraz Ahmed produced a superb captain’s innings following a top-order collapse to see Pakistan into the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy with a three-wicket win over Sri Lanka at Cardiff on Monday.
Pakistan, chasing a seemingly modest 237 to win, collapsed to 162 for seven.
But an unbroken stand of 75 between Sarfraz, dropped twice on his way to 61 not out, and Mohammad Amir (28 not out) saw Pakistan complete a thrilling win.
They will return to Sophia Gardens for a last-four clash with tournament hosts England in Cardiff on Wednesday.
Earlier, Pakistan induced a middle-order collapse as Sri Lanka slumped to 236 all out.