Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium prepares to host Pakistan vs Sri Lanka T20I clash

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Workers clean the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore ahead of Sunday’s T20I clash between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. (AFP)

Workers clean the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore ahead of Sunday’s T20I clash between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. (AFP)

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Security has been tightened ahead of the highly anticipated match. (AFP)

Security has been tightened ahead of the highly anticipated match. (AFP)

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This will be Sri Lanka’s first ever international cricket match in Pakistan since the terror attack on their team bus in 2009. (AFP)

This will be Sri Lanka’s first ever international cricket match in Pakistan since the terror attack on their team bus in 2009. (AFP)

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Tens of thousands of security will be deployed in Lahore on Sunday to prevent any untoward incident. (AFP)

Tens of thousands of security will be deployed in Lahore on Sunday to prevent any untoward incident. (AFP)

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A number of players and staff members of Sri Lanka have opted out of the game owing to security concerns. (AFP)

A number of players and staff members of Sri Lanka have opted out of the game owing to security concerns. (AFP)

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A full house is expected at the Gaddafi Stadium which hosted three T20 games between Pakistan and a World XI team last month. (AP)

A full house is expected at the Gaddafi Stadium which hosted three T20 games between Pakistan and a World XI team last month. (AP)

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Pakistani authorities are hoping to push for more international matches by successfully hosting the match against Sri Lanka. (AFP)

Pakistani authorities are hoping to push for more international matches by successfully hosting the match against Sri Lanka. (AFP)

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