Pakistan vs Bangladesh called off due to Lahore rain

No play was possible between Pakistan and Bangladesh on Monday, with Babar Azam's host winning the T20I series 2-0.

Babar Azam's Pakistan had won the first two clashes in the three-match series, so was already assured of victory before the cancellation of the final meeting.

Babar Azam's Pakistan had won the first two clashes in the three-match series, so was already assured of victory before the cancellation of the final meeting.   -  Getty Images

Pakistan's T20I match against Bangladesh was called off on Monday due to heavy rain in Lahore.

The host had won the first two clashes in the three-match series, so was already assured of victory before the cancellation of the final meeting meant it came out on top by a 2-0 scoreline.

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Pakistan will now play Bangladesh in a Rawalpindi Test match that begins on February 7.

There is a further Test in Karachi on April 5, which starts two days after a solitary ODI clash between the nations.

Bangladesh agreed a revised schedule for its tour earlier this month.

The Tigers had initially said they would only play the three T20Is due to the situation in the Middle East amid tension between Iran and the United States.

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