The rain disrupted several games between Sri Lanka and Pakistan during their recently concluded ODI series. -Photo by Reuters

COLOMBO: India's limited-overs tour of Sri Lanka starting next month has been revised with the first one-dayer now scheduled for July 21, Sri Lanka Cricket said Tuesday.

The five-match one-day series, followed by a Twenty20 international, was originally due to start on July 22, but was amended to include reserve days in case of weather interruptions.

Revised schedule July 21: First one-dayer, Hambantota July 24: Second one-dayer, Hambantota July 28: Third one-dayer, Colombo July 31: Fourth one-dayer, Colombo Aug 4: Fifth one-dayer, Pallekele Aug 7: Twenty20 international, Pallekele

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