Aus, Ind and Pak to play in tri-series

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

World champions Australia, runners-up India and Pakistan have confirmed their participation in a tri-nation cricket tournament.

Mumbai: World champions Australia, runners-up India and Pakistan have confirmed their participation in a tri-nation cricket tournament, to be played on single league format from August 22 to 29 at Amsterdam. The format would mean there will be only four matches, including the final. The tri-nation tournament is sandwiched between the July 16-August 1 Asia Cup in Sri Lanka and India's three-match limited over international Natwest Challenge series against England scheduled prior to their engagements in the ICC Champions Trophy. The Natwest Challenge series of matches between India and England are to be held on September 1, 3 and 5 before the September 10-25 Champions Trophy, also slated to be held in England. (PTI)
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