LAHORE - PCB Chief Operating Officer Saleem Altaf believes that Sri Lanka is not using any delaying tactic for sending their cricket team to Pakistan. He said that the schedule of the Pakistan-Sri Lanka series would be announced in two to four days after which a decision on the tour of Bangladesh was made. Altaf said there was no substance in the reports that the BCCI was pressurising the Sri Lankans to skip their tour of Pakistan. "There has been no delaying tactics on purpose by the Sri Lankan board. They wanted to sort out some issues with their players regarding the tour itinerary and hopefully they would confirm the itinerary in next two or three days. But we don't think there is anything suspicious in this," Altaf said. He said the Sri Lankans have confirmed the tour and were only working out the itinerary as they were also keen to play India. "The tour is definitely on and we are preparing accordingly for it. They should be playing two Tests, three One-Day Internationals and a twenty20 match," he said. The Lankans were invited by Pakistan following the cancellation of the Test tour by India after the Mumbai terror attacks. Altaf said despite the cancellation of the Indian team's tour, the PCB continued to have good relations with the BCCI. Talking with media at the Gaddafi Stadium, Altaf said that nothing was being considered regarding a new captain of the Pakistan cricket team. He said that after the supplementary budget, a meeting of the governing body of the PCB would be held on January 15 in which decision on the captain would be taken. Altaf said that as far as the central contracts were concerned, coach Intikhab Alam had already prepared a draft. After getting this draft approved by chairman Ijaz Butt, names of 25 players would be sought from chairman selection committee Abdul Qadir for awarding them the central contracts. The chief operating officer PCB said that Mohammad Asif was suspended due to Dubai and IPL doping cases and thus he was not allowed to play domestic cricket.He said that Sri Lanka agreed to play two Tests, three One-day Internationals and a Twenty20 match whereas Bangladesh are also ready to reschedule the tour and there is no truth in the news that Sri Lanka is reluctant to visit Pakistan.