The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) made the choice as part of its social business responsibility.
The PCB issued a press release in which it stated that “awareness messages would be displayed inside the stadium” and that “both team captains, players, match officials, and commentators will wear the pink ribbons over the length of the match.”
The stumps will be pink-branded as well. Pink will be used as the color scheme for the ceremony following the game.
The matches are free to attend, and four enclosures—Imran Khan, Rajas’, Fazal Mahmood, and Saeed Anwar—are accessible to the general public. The PCB also encourages supporters to dress in pink for the game on Wednesday.
Additionally, throughout the game, the PCB will hand out pink shirts to spectators in various stands.
Earlier today, Pakistan levelled the three-match women’s T20I series in Lahore by defeating Ireland by six wickets.
Due to rain, the game was shortened to 17 overs per side.
Pakistan completed the 119-run chase in 16 overs with the loss of four wickets.
On Saturday at Lahore, the first women’s T20I of the series, Ireland defeated Pakistan by six wickets.
It should be mentioned that Pakistan swept the ODI series 3-0 before the T20I series.