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Cricket - Sri Lanka keen to visit Pakistan in September for T20

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COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka are keen to visit Pakistan in September, potentially becoming the first high-profile team to tour the country which has played most of its home international matches in the United Arab Emirates in the last eight years due to security situation.
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