PAKISTAN and Sri Lanka are set to face off in the Cricket World Cup as both teams aim to build on midweek wins following poor starts.
Sarfaraz Ahmed's side were destroyed by West Indies as they were bowled out for just 108, but then recovered to secure a famous 14-run win over England at Trent Bridge.
And Sri Lanka bounced back from a ten-wicket defeat to New Zealand to secure a nervy win over Afghanistan.
What TV channel is Pakistan vs Sri Lanka on ?
EVERY match of this summer's World Cup is being covered live by Sky Sports in the UK.
Tune into Sky Sports Cricket World Cup and Main Event from 10am on today to see all the drama unfold.
For those of you watching in Pakistan, tune into PTV Sports, whilst in Sri Lanka the match is being broadcast by SLRC.
How can I live stream Pakistan vs Sri Lanka?
If you're not a Sky subscriber, you can still stream the action by grabbing a NOW TV day pass from just £8.99.
You can also watch the entire World Cup with a discounted Month Pass, which will additionally allow you to see every Ashes test for just £25 per month for the first four months.
Whilst those of you with a Sky subscription can download the Sky Go app on your mobile, tablet or PC to watch wherever you are.
Viewers in Pakistan can stream the game via the PTV Sports website while those in Sri Lanka can stream through Rupahavini.
When is Pakistan vs Sri Lanka?
The match was set to begin at 10.30am in Bristol today.
However it has been delayed due to rain and the toss, which was scheduled for 10am, has yet to take place.
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