OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - The planned three-match football series between India and Pakistan in the UK has been derailed and now just one match of the scheduled tie will be played at Derby on September 3. A senior official of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) confirmed that due to logistical issues and the holy month of Ramazan, just one match would now be played between the two countries on September 3. "Everything is in place as we have got the sponsorship for the match which is being televised live in both countries but due to Ramazan, we can have only one match," Sardar Naved Haider Khan, the marketing and event management consultant of the PFF said. He said the PFF was keen in playing all the three Tests despite the delay due to Ramazan but the All India Football Federation had made it clear that its team was only available until September 11. "The Indians are holding a premier league tournament at home and their players have to fly back home in time for the event so that they have agreed to just one match for now," Sardar Naved said. Originally, the two bodies had planned three matches from August 25 to September 11 but Naved said the Muslim community in the United Kingdom told the PFF, crowds would not show up due to Ramazan.