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India Pakistan Cricket Series 2012-13


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India Pakistan Cricket Series 2012 13



The Pakistan tour of India for 2012-13 series will commence with a match on December 25, 2012 at Bangalore/Bengaluru. The India Vs Pakistan 2012-13 series will consists of two T20 matches and three One Day Interntional matches. The matches are going to be held at Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata and New Delhi.

Pakistan Tour of India 2012-13 Schedule







Last Updated on 12/22/2012

 

     


     

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