Pakistan Regroup for ODIs Against Sri Lanka.-Video
Pakistan and Sri Lanka begin a three-match one-day series tomorrow hoping to gauge each other's firepower and bench strength ahead of the World Cup just six months away.
The two former world champions have been drawn in different halves for one-day cricket's showpiece that is to be played in Australia and New Zealand in February and March.
Pakistan, the 1992 champions, will look to bounce back after an embarrassing 2-0 whitewash for Misbah-ul Haq's tourists in the short Test series that concluded on Monday.
Sri Lanka, who won the World Cup four years later in 1996, hope to build on a successful run by Angelo Mathews' team in limited-overs cricket this year when they won the one-day Asia Cup and the World Twenty20.