LAHORE - The Sri Lankan cricket team will return to Pakistan for a two-Test series on February 14 after being thrashed 1-4 by India in ODI series at home. The PCB said the Lankans would play a two-day practice game in Karachi on Feb 17 and 18 before the first Test starts on Feb 21. The second Test would be held in Lahore from March 1. The Test series is part of a special arrangement between Pakistan and Sri Lanka under which the latter agreed to come first for the ODI series and then for the Tests to fill in the gap created by the cancellation of the Indian team's tour. Pakistan's new captain Younis Khan is due to meet PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt, the national team management and chief selector Abdul Qadir in Lahore on Tuesday to discuss the preparations for the series. "Younis is adamant over wanting full authority as captain and also wants to discuss reservations of some players over the new central contracts in view of the government decision to not allow Pakistani players to go and play in the Indian Premier League," a source said.