The Pakistan cricket squad left for Sri Lanka just hours after their Asia Cup 2023 encounter against Nepal to prepare for their crucial match against India on September 2. They’ll compete at Kandy’s Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.
The crew traveled to Kandy by bus after touching down at Colombo’s airport. After a day of recovery, they’ll begin training for the crucial game.
Interestingly, the majority of the games—nine out of 13—are being played in Sri Lanka even though Pakistan is slated to host the Asia Cup. The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) chose not to send a squad, citing security concerns, which led to this modification. The venue of the competition now has a special twist as a result of this choice.
Both Pakistani and Indian fans are eager to witness how the next match between the two nations plays out. For cricket fans, the event is made even more intriguing by the change in the tournament’s site and the conflict between the sides.