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PCB delegation to visit Kolkata on Sunday for Indo-Pak series
Sunday 02 December 2012

A six-member team from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) would arrive in Kolkata on Sunday for a recce of the facilities, ahead of the side's One-Day International against India at the Eden Gardens on January 3, 2013.

The team, including representatives of the PCB and security officials, would arrive in Kolkata in the morning and straightaway head for a meeting with the city police officers to finalise the security paraphernalia for the match, reports the Daily Times.

The delegation's next stop will be the five star hotel where the Pakistan cricketers would be put up. In the afternoon, they would go round the Eden Gardens and hold a meeting with the local organisers Cricket Association of Bengal officials.

The visitors would leave for Bangalore the same night. It would be the venue for the tour opener - a Twenty20 International - on December 25.

ANI

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