President Arif Alvi and Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ehsan Mani will attend the pink-day ceremony before the match.
In Australia and South Africa, the ‘Pink Day’ cricket match is celebrated and now the tradition is being established in Pakistan.
The third Twenty20 match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka will be painted in pink on Wednesday at the historic Gaddafi Stadium.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to name this match for breast cancer awareness.
Today, the World Breast Cancer Day, which will also be celebrated in the third and final T20 match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, will see the PCB officials in pink ribbons along with captains and players from both teams.
On this occasion, the President of Pakistan will wear a pink ribbon to the captains of both teams. All the players and officials involved in the match will be wearing pink ribbons, while in the stadium, there will be distribution of pink ribbons among the 12,000 fans.
Pink shirts will also be distributed among 750 cricket fans at Gaddafi Stadium.