Sri Lanka are likely to play two Tests in Pakistan in December, according to reports.As reported, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have shown an interest in having the national team travel to Pakistan for the Test series. Sri Lanka were recently in Pakistan for a three-match ODI series, which was held in Karachi, and a three-match Twenty20 series, which took place in Lahore. Pakistan won the ODI series 2-0, while Sri Lanka whitewashed the men in green 3-0 in the Twenty20 series. Should the Test series go ahead, it will be the first Test matches held in Pakistan in over 10 years.Notably, Sri Lankan Sports Minister Harin Fernando and Sri Lanka Cricket President Shaami Silva recently promised their support for the revival of international cricket in Pakistan. Fernando acknowledged Pakistan’s supportive stance for Sri Lanka in the past when the latter were in deep crisis. “I am very thankful to Pakistan who sent their under-19 team to Sri Lanka at a time when things were not settled in Sri Lanka. That was an act of solidarity showed by Pakistan. Because of the situation we faced ten years ago in Pakistan our players are still in shock. Pakistan Cricket Board did take care of our boys and we should not be worried,” Fernando said.“Incidents can happen anywhere in the world but we have to move on and sports should not be stopped. And I hope other nations would also send their players as Pakistan needs cricket,” Fernando said.PCB chairman Mani acknowledged Sri Lanka’s support for Pakistan. “I thought this was the right moment to acknowledge Sri Lanka’s support to Pakistan. This is a very very important tour for us,” Mani said.