KARACHI (APP) - Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will be featuring in the tri-series in Dubai Sports City in April, Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam said on Saturday. He said that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has signed a three-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dubai Sports City and dates for the event are being worked out. He said that if Australians don't want to play One-Day International series in Pakistan, they should show solidarity as the member of allied forces in Afghanistan, to play at least one ODI either in Karachi and Lahore. Intikhab Alam said that successful staging of that match would lead to opening the doors for revival of teams from countries like England, New Zealand, South Africa touring Pakistan again. He said that he personally feels that there is no problem for sports persons in Pakistan. He said that successful staging of three match ODI series against Sri Lanka reflects the scenario. He said that Scotland, Ireland, United Arab Emirates, Malaysia are being considered as the venues for neutral territory for Odi series against Australia. He said that PCB Chief Ijaz Butt would be finalizing the programme during his meeting with Cricket Australia officials in Melbourne on February 4. Alam said that he was looking for an improved show from his team in the upcoming test series against Sri Lanka. "Though we haven't played test matches for the past 15 months. But I am looking for a far better performances from the team than in recently concluded ODIs," he said. "Like anybody else I was deeply disappointed and hurt with the defeat in Lahore one-day. Boys must have learnt lessons from that disaster," he maintained. "It was heavy defeat at Gaddafi Stadium. But now we are looking ahead to the test series," he commented. "Everything is under control now," he thought. He expressed the hope that under a new Captain Younis Khan team will show patience, determination and application during the test series. "Test matches are different ball game and players must show quick adjustments as per the requirement," he remarked. Commenting on Younis Khan's captaincy, Intikhab Alam said "He (Younis) is committed guy and possesses positive qualities," he maintained. He said that he has taken over and needed some time to settle down. He recalled that his team made clean sweep against West Indies in Abu Dhabi in November and they upset World Cup runners-up Sri Lanka in the opening game here. He defended the dropping of pace duo of Shoaib Akhtar and Sohail Tanvir for Lahore ODI. "They didn't perform well in the first two ODIs so axing was natural," he believed. He said that plans to conduct trials matches between Pakistan probables before the test series have been shelved. Intikhab said that a short training camp for the test series will be held in Karachi one week before the start of the first test. He said team trainer David Dwyer has given players a specified training, playing and rest plan before the test series.