5-member PCB team to inspect Eden on Sunday
Kolkata: A five-member team of the Pakistan Cricket Board will do an inspection of the Eden Gardens on Sunday for the January 3 One-Day International against India.
The team including representatives of the PCB and security officials will first visit Delhi and then arrive here by a morning flight Sunday, CAB joint-secretary Subir Ganguly said.
"They will do the inspection and hold a meeting with us before flying to Bangalore (that will host the first T20I of the India-Pakistan series)," Ganguly said.
Arch-rivals India and Pakistan will play two T20 Internationals and four ODIs during the short limited overs series, beginning on December 25 in Bangalore.
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