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Pakistan vs Zimbabwe World Cup 2011

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe World Cup 2011 will definitely be a crowd puller among the cricket fans of both the countries. Every cricket lover in Pakistan is waiting to watch how Zimbabwe plays against them. This will be a Group A encounter and will be played on Monday, March 14, 2011. It is the 33rd match of the cup and the venue has been fixed at Kandy, Sri Lanka. In Pakistan, viewers can watch the match on Geo Super and Pakistan Television Network (PTN). In Zimbabwe, viewers can see the match on SABC and Supersport. In India, the broadcast is available on ESPNStar Network.

Match Timing and Venue

The match will be played on March 14, 2011. It will begin at 14:30 p.m. IST and is a day night game. Viewers in Zimbabwe can see the match from 11 a.m. local time and in Pakistan, broadcast will be available live from 2 p.m. local time (Karachi). The Pakistan vs Zimbabwe World Cup 2011 match will be played at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy.

How to Reach Kandy Stadium

The Pallekele International Cricket Stadium is situated in Pallekele, Kandy District, in Central Province, Sri Lanka. If you want to reach Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, you have to arrive at Colombo, the national capital. From Colombo, you can go to Kandy by taxi or by bus. When you come to Kandy, it is not difficult to locate the ground

The conveyance system in the city is principally dependent on buses. Bus services are provided by the Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB), which is a government-owned organization. Private operators also offer bus services. Many public roads link Kandy with other important cities of Sri Lanka. It is joined with Colombo by A1 highway. Jaffna is linked with Kandy by Highway A9. In addition, the city is also linked to Kurunegala and Padiyathalawa by the highways A10 and A26 respectively.

Strength of Pakistan and Zimbabwe

Both Pakistan and Zimbabwe will be looking ahead to win the match. The match will certainly be a thrilling game and we can hope for some fireworks from batsmen like Shahid Afridi, Misbah Ul-Haq, Younis Khan, and Abdul Razzaq of Pakistan.

Pakistan has one of the powerful batting lineups in this cup and this is definitely an encouraging aspect of the team. Experienced seamer and spinners like Shoaib Akhtar and Afridi consist of a formidable bowling attack.

Zimbabwe will make use of experienced players like Brendan Taylor, Tatendra Taibu, Prosper Utseya, and Raymond Price.

We wish all the best to Zimbabwe and Pakistan for the forthcoming cricket world cup encounter.


You can purchase tickets from the Kandy Cricket Ground at various gates. They are also available online.

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Last Updated on 01 April 2011

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