Shahid Afridi conceded 42 runs from the eight overs bowled during the warm-up encounter against Bangladesh at Sydney © Getty Images (File Photo)

Shahid Afridi conceded 42 runs from the eight overs bowled during the warm-up encounter against Bangladesh at Sydney © Getty Images (File Photo)

Bangladesh reached a score of 150 for the loss of two wickets at the end of 36 overs, with Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah batting on scores of 65 and 68 off 97 and 99 deliveries respectively during their warm-up encounter against Pakistan at the Blacktown Olympic Park Oval in Sydney on Monday. The pair added 134 runs for the third wicket, with Mominul Haque being the last batsman to depart on a score of seven with Bangladesh reeling on 16 for two.  LIVE BLOG: Bangladesh vs Pakistan ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 warm-up match

The day started with Bangladesh winning the toss and electing to bat. Anamul Haque was the first batsman to depart, getting caught by Sohaib Maqsood off the bowling of rookie pacer Sohail Khan for a seven-ball duck. Bangladesh had added 16 runs to their tally when Pakistan decided to introduce spin early into their attack, resulting in the departure of Mominul Haque departed on a score of seven, getting caught and bowled off the bowling of spinner Haris Sohail. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: POINTS TABLE

While Bangladesh play Ireland later in the warm-up stages before playing Afghanistan in their opening Pool A encounter on February 18, Pakistan will play England on February 11 before playing India in a cracker of a contest at Adelaide on February 15.  ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: SCHEDULE & MATCH DETAILS

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