Sri Lanka to play 7 ODIs in India

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:52 IST

Sri Lanka will play seven one-day internationals during its India tour starting in November, the cricket board said Monday.

Colombo: Sri Lanka will play seven one-day internationals during its India tour starting in November, the cricket board said Monday. Originally, Sri Lanka was to play five one-day matches, but it was agreed to add two more, making the tour spill over into January 2006, said Tryphon Mirando, secretary of the cricket board. Sri Lanka will also play three tests. Mirando visited India over the weekend and finalized the details. Sri Lanka has a heavy schedule from July this year to July 2006, during which it will play 15 test matches and a minimum of 44 one-dayers. (AP)
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