Pakistan won by 5 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Skipper Misbah-ul Haq and Umar Akmal hit half centuries to help Pakistan upstage Sri Lanka by three wickets in the fifth and final day-night international at Abu Dhabi Stadium on Wednesday.
Pakistan won by 3 wickets
All-rounder Shahid Afridi scored a half-century before taking five wickets to steer Pakistan to a hard fought 26-run win in the fourth day-night match over Sri Lanka at Sharjah stadium on Sunday.
Pakistan won by 26 runs
Umar Gul (3-48) bowled well in the final overs to make sure good work by spinners Saeed Ajmal (3-42) and Shahid Afridi (2-42) do not go waste as they dismissed Sri Lanka for 236 in the penultimate over at Dubai stadium.
Pakistan won by 21 runs
Ministry of Sports has granted approval for the substitution of Suranga Lakmal with Chanaka Welagedara for the remainder of SL Vs PAK tour in the UAE, as Suranga Lakmal has been deemed unfit to continue on account of an injury.
Lasith Malinga took three wickets to help Sri Lanka to a 25-run win over Pakistan in the second one day international to level the five-match series 1-1 on Monday.
Sri Lanka won by 25 runs
Leg-spinner Shahid Afridi capped an excellent return to international cricket with three wickets as Pakistan thumped Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the first day-night match here on Friday.
Pakistan won by 8 wickets
Pakistan clinched the three-Test series against Sri Lanka 1-0 after the third and final Test ended in a draw at Sharjah stadium here on Monday.
The following squad has been approved by the Hon. Minister of Sports, for the PAK v SL ODI series in UAE. 1. T.M Dilshan (Captain) 2. Upul Tharanga 3. Mahela Jayawardena 4. Kumar Sangakkara 5. Angelo Mathews (Vice Captain) 6. Dinesh Chandimal 7. Jeevan Mendis 8. Kosala Kulasekera 9. Lasith Malinga 10. Suranga Lakmal 11. Dhammika Prasad 12. Seekuge Prasanna 13. Dimuth Karunaratne 14. Dilhara Fernando 15. Suraj Randiv