LAHORE: A security delegation from the Sri Lankan cricket board will arrive in Pakistan on August 6.
The security delegation will visit venues in Karachi and Lahore. The PCB has offered Sri Lanka to play two Test matches in Pakistan.
The security delegation will travel to August 8 where they will be briefed about the security situation in the country.
Pakistan and Sri Lanka are scheduled to play a series in October.
Pakistan last hosted a Test match on home soil back in 2009. It was on March 3, 2009, when Sri Lanka’s team bus, taking the players to the Gaddafi Stadium for a Test against Pakistan, was hit by bullets and grenades in an attack by armed militants.