Bangladesh squad comes back to Pakistan for first Test
The Bangladesh cricket squad has come back to Pakistan for the second leg of the reciprocal arrangement, which incorporates its first Test coordinate in the nation since 2003.
Bangladesh was initially planned to play three Twenty20 Internationals and two Test matches, however consented to part the visit into three stages since it would not like to remain in Pakistan for a more drawn out span because of security concerns.
Pakistan won the T20 arrangement 2-0 a month ago at Lahore, with the third game relinquished due to rain.
Bangladesh lost 3-0 to Pakistan in its last test arrangement in 2003, which incorporated the host groups nail gnawing one-wicket triumph at Multan.
Driving Bangladesh player Mushfiqur Rahim, who didn’t go to Pakistan for a month ago’s Twenty20 arrangement, has additionally quit the Test coordinate at Rawalpindi.
A three-part security designation from Bangladesh, drove by resigned major Hussain Imam, met with security authorities from the legislature and the Pakistan Cricket Board at the Pindi Cricket Stadium on Tuesday.
The main Test, which is a piece of the World Test Championship, begins on Friday. Bangladesh will withdraw next Wednesday and come back to Pakistan in April for one-day worldwide and the subsequent Test coordinate at Karachi.
Bangladesh is the second Test nation to visit Pakistan since the resumption of universal cricket.
In December, Sri Lanka visited the nation for 16 days and played Test matches at Rawalpindi and Karachi.
It was the main Test arrangement in Pakistan in over 10 years after an assault on the Sri Lanka cricket crew transport at Lahore executed eight individuals slaughtered and harmed a few players