Pakistan and Ireland all set for T20I series decider in Pink Ribbon match.

LAHORE -- Pakistan and Ireland women's sides are all set to take on each other for one last time at Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium today (Wednesday) in the T20I series decider as the series is tied at 1-1. The tourists, who went down in the three-match ODI series 3-0, came back stronger to win the first T20I beating the hosts by six wickets. In the second T20I, Pakistan bounced back to win the match by six wickets with one over to spare. The third T20I will begin today at 10:00 with the toss taking place at 09:30. The PCB will live-stream the match on its YouTube channel. The today's game has added significance with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as part of its social corporate responsibility supporting the Pink Ribbon campaign to create awareness about breast cancer. In this regard, both team captains, players, match officials and commentators will wear pink ribbons during the course of the match and awareness messages will be displayed inside the stadium. The entrance for the match is free for spectators with four enclosures - Imran Khan, Raja's, Fazal Mahmood and Saeed Anwar - open to the public.

The PCB also encourages fans to wear pink for today's fixture. Opening batter Javeria Khan, who scored 35 runs in the second T20I, speaking ahead of the third T20I said: 'T20I format is such that there is very little margin to make mistakes. The Irish side has learnt a lot from the ODI series and they have shown the results in the T20I series. We will sit down again, rectify the mistakes made in the second T20I and will make sure to do well in the third T20I and win the match comprehensively.' Meanwhile, Ireland captain Laura Delany, expressing her views in the post-match ceremony at the end of the second T20I...

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