A well-informed source in the Pakistan Cricket Board said that the PCB had managed to convince the head of the Sri Lankan cricket interim committee, Siddhart Wettimuny to visit Lahore for the last one-day i0nternational against Zimbabwe this Sunday.
"The PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan plans to hold talks with Wettimuny on the possibility of Sri Lankan sending its team for a series in April next year," the source said.
"Pakistan has already got positives vibes from Sri Lanka and they are hopeful they will host another international side next year," the source added.
Test teams stopped touring Pakistan in March, 2009 when militants attacked the Lankan team in Lahore, in which six Pakistani policemen and a van driver were killed and some visiting  players wounded.
Since that horrific incident, Test teams had stopped touring Pakistan until Cricket Zimbabwe agreed earlier this month to send its team for a limited-overs series in Lahore.

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