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Canada Vs Pakistan 2011 Cricket World Cup Match

The biggest ever Cricket extravaganza is back again! Unlike the other matches, world cup matches are always exciting to watch. You must be eagerly waiting for the world cup updates! Keeping this in view, we have brought for you all the updates and details on the Canada vs Pakistan World Cup 2011 match and of course all the other Cricket World Cup 2011 matches! This day and night Group A match of the cricket world cup 2011 will be played on Thursday, 3rd March, 2011. ESPNStar and DD National (Doordarsan) will televise this match in India.

Match Timing and Venue

The match between Canada and Pakistan happens to be the 17th Match of the World Cup Tournament. You can check this match live Thursday, 3rd March, 2011 at 09:00 GMT, 14:30 Local, 2:30 PM IST and 14:00 PKT. The venue for Canada vs Pakistan World Cup 2011 match happens to be R Premadasa Stadium, Khettarama, Colombo.

How to Reach Premadasa Stadium, Colombo

  • Distance from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake: 31.9 km
    Estimated time needed to reach: 28 minutes

  • Distance from the Dehiwala Railway Station: 14.01 Km
    Estimated time needed to reach: 19 minutes
Local modes of traveling in the region such as cabs, buses, private cars etc are available that would comfortably take you to Premadasa Stadium, Colombo in Srilanka.

Strength of Team Canada and Team Pakistan

The Pakistan Cricket Team has always been unpredictable in any cricket tournament. No wonder that the team would look forward to the trophy this year at the 2011 Cricket World Cup!

Pakistan consists of some upcoming young talent on one hand and some impressive experienced players on the other. Watch out for their bowling attack, which is considered to be one of the strongest.

Canada has long been associated with the game of Cricket. To put up a good event at the world cup, this year the Canada Cricket Team would depend on its key players like all-rounder Sunil Dhaniram, Rizwan Cheema, Umar Bhatti, and wicket-keeper Ashish Bagai.

Here go our best wishes to Canada and Pakistan Cricket Team, for the Cricket World Cup 2011.


Apart from the Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, the tickets for the Pakistan vs Canada World Cup 2011 match are also available at the retail outlets created by ICC in different areas of the Indian Subcontinent. The retail outlet locations and the other details can be procured from the ICC official website. You can also book tickets online.

Live Score

Check out for the live scores on Canada vs Pakistan World Cup 2011, here!

Last Updated on 01 April 2011

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