NEW DELHI, Dec 15: The second game of the two-match Twenty20 International series between India and Pakistan has been postponed by a day and will now be staged at Ahmedabad on Dec 28.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India announced the move on Saturday. The rest of the itinerary for Pakistan’s tour, which also features three One-day Internationals, remains unchanged.

The short tour commences with the opening Twenty20 game in Bangalore on Dec 25. The three one-dayers will be held in Chennai on Dec 30, Kolkata on Jan 3 and New Delhi on Jan 6.

This will be the first bilateral series between the two neighbours since Pakistan’s tour of India in November/December 2007.—AP

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