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October 9, 2009
Kolkata's Eden Gardens is set to host a one-day international after nearly three years when Sri Lanka tour India for in November-December. The Tour Programmes and Fixtures Committee of the Indian board met in Delhi today to finalise the dates for the series, which includes three Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20s, and will announce the dates later.
The Tests will be played inMumbai, Kanpur and Ahmedabad and the Twenty20s in Mohali and Nagpur. The other four ODIs will be take place in Cuttack, Rajkot, Visakapatnam and Delhi.
Kolkata last hosted an ODI in February 2007 when Sri Lanka toured India for a short series before the World Cup.
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