The ACC has proposed Palikele and Dambulla as the host towns in their decision to split Asia Cup games between two locations in Sri Lanka.
The Asia Cup’s hybrid format is expected to enthrall cricket fans now that the site details have been decided upon by the organizers. A decision has been made to hold the matches in two locations in Sri Lanka following fruitful negotiations between the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Sri Lanka Cricket Board, and the Asian Cricket Council (ACC)
It was decided that consolidating all of the games in one place was impracticable due to the difficulties of hosting nine straight One Day matches in a single site. The decision was made to split the games between two Sri Lankan cities as a result. Palikele and Dambulla have been chosen to host the coveted Asia Cup, according to reliable sources.
According to sources, Palikele may host a highly anticipated encounter between Pakistan and India, which would heighten the atmosphere surrounding the competition. On August 31, the Pakistani team will play its opening match against Nepal in Lahore before departing for Sri Lanka the following day.
It is anticipated that Karachi or Pindi will be chosen as the second location in Pakistan. This novel idea of holding the Asia Cup in two distinct nations is anticipated to provide a dynamic and varied element to the competition, guaranteeing a thrilling experience for cricket fans throughout the world.
The tournament calendar, which promises a number of thrilling matches against the stunning scenery of Sri Lanka and Pakistan, is widely anticipated by fans. Keep checking back for more information on this eagerly awaited event.