Karachi 16th April 2010 : Travel & Culture Services Pakistan?s leading tour operator having its main office in Karachi, has announced special packages for Sri Lanka for cricket lovers to watch the Asia Cup Cricket in June 2010. ?The tours are focused at Cricket matches as well as for an enjoyable holiday experience in Sri Lanka for our clients.? Said Mr. Jamal Panhwar CEO of Travel & Culture Services ?We expect over 150 clients only from Karachi to visit Sri Lanka for the matches.? He added.
The Asia Cup 2010 will be played in Sri Lanka in June there will be only 4 teams contesting this year?s Asia cup these teams will be India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The venue the tournament has been announced as Dambulla Stadium Sri Lanka
The tournament will be played from 15th June to 25th June next year, and will have seven games being played. This will have six games in the round-robin stage, and a final that will be played between the top two sides of the tournament.
This will be a great time for Sri Lanka to promote itself in the cricket fans of South Asia after the Tamil problems there Sri-Lanka has once again become one of the most favorite destination for leisure and business travelers.
About Travel & Culture Services
Travel & Culture Services is a Tour operator based in Pakistan. The company deals in both domestic and outbound tours. The company is also involved in organizing conferences and incentives for companies in Pakistan.
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About Asia Cup
Asia Cup is a tournament organized by Asian Cricket Council. A total of nine tournaments of Asia Cup have been played so far, with both India and Sri Lanka having won four tournaments each. In the previous such tournament held in Sri Lanka last year
The tournament had then seen six countries participate in it, with the likes of UAE and Hong Kong also playing in the tournament. Bangladesh, UAE and Sri Lanka were in the first group, and India, Pakistan and Hong Kong belonged to the second group. India had beaten Pakistan in the first round game and despite losing to them in the second round, managed to enter the finals by beating the finals. However, they lost in the finals.
This time around, there was a strong possibility that Afghanistan could have played around in the series thanks to their qualification as an ODI side, after they finished fifth in the World Cricket League and narrowly missed out on the World Cup. But they, along with Scotland became the fifth and the sixth sides to be still eligible to play the ODI cricket as top six sides in the world apart from the top ten test playing nations get to play ODIs
Venue : Sri Lanka
Dates : 15th ? 25th June 2010
Participating Teams : Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
June 15 Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla
June 16 Bangladesh v India at Dambulla
June 18 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Dambulla
June 19 India v Pakistan at Dambulla
June 21 Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dambulla
June 22 Sri Lanka v India at Dambulla
June 24 FINAL at Dambulla
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