Zimbabwe will play Pakistan in the second Test of their two-match series that begins next week in Harare.
The build-up to the Pakistan series was disrupted by threats of a player strike over unpaid salaries and Sean Williams refused to play in the opening match.
Harare will therefore play host to both Tests - the first of which is already underway - as the Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU) looks to cut costs.
Reuters report that logistical reasons were also cited as a reason for not playing the second Test in Bulawayo, adding that Sri Lanka have been asked by Zimbabwe to postpone a scheduled tour later this year.
The Sri Lankans are due to play two Tests, three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals in October and November.
However, final confirmation that the tour is off has yet to be relayed to Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC).
The second Test against Pakistan begins on 10th September.
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