LAHORE - The officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board will be meeting the Sri Lankan Cricket Board (SLCB) today at Kuala Lumpur and finalise the modalities of the series particularly its itinerary. Pakistan invited Sri Lanka for a series of five One-day Internationals and three Test matches and the Sri Lankan cricket adhoc committee has already accepted it and some important things are to be finalised. Chief operating officer PCB Saleem Altaf said that the PCB officials will meet the Sri Lankan cricket officials on the occasion of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) at Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. Pakistan will be represented at the ACC meeting by chairman PCB Ijaz Butt and Saleem Altaf. The Sri Lankan team was invited to tour Pakistan in place of Indian team and this tour is likely to begin from January 19. Sri Lanka is set to travel to Pakistan for Test and one-day series after stepping into the void created by India's withdrawal due to security concerns following last month's terror attacks in Mumbai.But after the International Cricket Council announced it would conduct an independent security review before permitting officials to travel, the series is in further doubt after Sri Lanka Cricket's interim committee, led by former Test captain Arjuna Ranatunga, was dissolved by the Sri Lankan government. Altaf said: "We are keeping every option open."