LAHORE - The top brass of the Pakistan Cricket Board including the interim and newly-elected selection committee will be meeting here today to discuss the national team for the forthcoming one-day series against Sri Lanka. The five-match series will start from July 30 while Wasim Bari, interim chairman selection committee will fly over to Sri Lanka on Saturday to discuss the composition of the team with the team management before making formal announcement. Talking to journalists here Thursday, PCB HR director Bari said that the PCB has also to submit the provisional team of 30 players with the International Cricket Council for the Champions Trophy to be staged in South Africa later this year. The meeting will also as reports suggested that would deliberate on the poor performance of the team in the test series and the reports of split among the players while the likely focus of the meeting would also be to think about the ways to tackle the criticism by some of the former cricketers. The PCB will also be discussing the 2011 World Cup covering the prospects of boycott in case the government directs it to follow instructions when the board itself did not want to boycott the event. However, an official of the PCB said that they will keep fighting for the hosting rights of the World Cup matches and the chairman will also be meeting the ICC president David Morgan.