Both sides will first play three T20Is, followed by as many ODIs between 24 May and 5 June, in Karachi.
The three ODIs will form a part of the ICC Women's Championship in which Pakistan finished fifth in the last cycle, ahead of New Zealand, West Indies and Sri Lanka.
All the matches will be played at Karachi’s Southend Club – Pakistan's first international series at the venue since they hosted West Indies for three T20Is in December 2018.
Pakistan captain Bismah Maroof is looking forward to playing the Women’s Championship games for the first time on home soil.
“It is a great privilege for us to play the ICC Women’s Championship on our home soil and the side is very excited to welcome Sri Lanka. This edition provides us with an opportunity to start fresh and make the most of the home advantage.
“I am sure the team will perform to their fullest potential and the Pakistan cricket fans, who have extended us great support, will get to see better and consistent results,” she added.
Both the teams will arrive in Karachi on 19 May and will have three days of practice ahead of the three T20Is. The series will be played outside the hard Managed Event Environment since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
24 May – 1st T20I
26 May – 2nd T20I
28 May – 3rd T20I
1 Jun – 1st ODI
3 Jun – 2nd ODI
5 Jun – 3rd ODI
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