ANISUDDIN KHAN KARACHI - Pakistan will enter cricket history book here today (Thursday) afternoon at the National Stadium when Habib Bank and PIA meet in the first-ever day and night five-day and night Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final. The match will start at 2 pm in the afternoon and end at 8:30 in the evening under floodlights. The Pakistan Cricket Board has also allowed use of a coloured ball in the final which carries winner purse of Rs 100,000. The captains of the two teams Hasan Raza of HBL and Kamran Sajid of PIA will select the colour of the ball. They have been given choice between an orange and yellow ball. The final will also be special occasion for PIA pacer Aizaz Cheema who is expected to give his team an edge over the opponents with his penetrating pace. In the last two matches of the league round of the trophy as the pacer had captured twelve and fourteen wickets each and is expected to tilt the final in favour of his team. However for the first time he would be bowling against seasoned batsmen like Hasan Raza, Younis Khan and Shahid Afridi. PIA sport chief former test opener Shoaib Muhammad is confident Aizaz Cheema would maintain his wicket taking form in the final. Chairman PCB Mr. Ijaz Butt while commenting on the eve of the final said: "This year's Quaid-e-Azam trophy final will be a historic moment in Pakistan Domestic Cricket history. For the first time the use of coloured cricket balls and the concept of holding a 5 day game under lights will be given a very high profile. This innovation is in line with the initiatives that PCB has been taking to improve the standard of the domestic game in Pakistan. We hope that the people of Karachi enjoy the spectacle of day / night cricket in the longer format of the game and we look forward to an interesting contest between two of the most celebrated teams in Domestic Cricket" he said. Director General PCB, former test star Javed Miandad had described holding day and night match as historical .He said it would give the participating players a chance to become part of history. He urged cricket fans to come out in a large number and to become part of this once in a lifetime moment. Their presence, he said would be invaluable to Pakistan cricket.