Wednesday 24 October 2007 

Fifth One-Day International Switched To Lahore

The fifth one-day international between Pakistan and South Africa will be played in Lahore, because of security concerns surrounding the original venue of Karachi.

PCB chief executive Shafqat Nahmi said that South Africa were unwilling to play in Karachi following last week's bomb blasts in the city.

"They didn't want to play in Karachi because they had concerns over the security situation following the bomb blast there last week," he said.

Pakistan lead the five-match series 2-1.

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