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Sri Lanka takes India in warm up World Cup games
18 Aug, 2012 17:10:23
August 18, 2012 (LBO) – Hosts Sri Lanka will begin their ICC World Twnety20 campaign with a warm-up match against India on September 15 in Colombo, the International Cricket Council said.
The game will be followed by India taking on arch-rivals Pakistan on September 17 in Colombo.

Sri Lanka will play their second warm-up match against the West Indies on September 13, defending champion England's would be up against Australia and Pakistan on September 17 and 19 September, respectively.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday announced the schedule of both men's and women's warm-up matches, which will be played in the lead up to the tournament, starting on September 18. The women's competition will begin on September 26.

The men's competition will be staged in Colombo, Hambantota and Pallekelle while the women's group stage will be played in Galle.

However, Colombo alone will host the warm-up matches for both the men and women. The men's warm-up matches will be played from 13 to 17 September and women's matches on 22 and 23 September.

Schedule of warm-up matches (Men's):
13 Sep: Ire v Zim, Moors Cricket Ground, Colombo
13 Sep: SL v WI, NCC, Colombo
15 Sep: Afg v SL 'A', Moors Cricket Ground, Colombo
15 Sep: Aus v NZ, NCC, Colombo
15 Sep: Ban v Zim, Colts Cricket Ground, Colombo
15 Sep: Ind v SL, P Sara Oval, Colombo
17 Sep: Aus v Eng, NCC, Colombo
17 Sep: Ban v Ire, Moors Cricket Ground, Colombo
17 Sep: NZ v SA, Colts Cricket Ground, Colombo
17 Sep: Afg v WI, P Sara Oval, Colombo
17 Sep: Ind v Pak, R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
19 Sep: Eng v Pak, P Sara Oval, Colombo.

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READER COMMENT(S)
2. dis-appointed Aug 20
There has been a LOT of malpractice in allocation of seats for this tournament..despite booking tickets online months in advance. 'System error' my foot!
1. DocK Aug 18
Will there be electricity for the Sri Lankan public to watch ICC World T20 live on TV? Will power be supplied by generators at the ground? For sure another breakdown at Lakvijaya is only 3 weeks away at most and if there is no rain, hmmm...