West Indies will clash with Sri Lanka in a white-ball series for the first time in nearly 4-A1/2 years when they arrive here next month for five limited overs matches.
The Caribbean side take on the hosts in three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals, from February 22 to March 6.
West Indies will play one-day warm-up matches in Colombo and Katunayake before the series gets underway with the opening ODI at the Singhalese Sports Club here.
The two teams will meet in the second ODI in Hambantota on February 26, with the final match carded for Kandy on March 1.
Both T20 Internationals will be also played in Kandy on March 4 and 6.
Sri Lanka dominated the last ODI series here in a 3-0 whitewash while the two-match T20 series ended in a 1-1 tie.
When the two teams last met during last year's ICC 50-over World Cup in England, Sri Lanka came away with a 23-run victory at Chester-le-Street.
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