Pakistan will take on Bangladesh in April © Getty Images
Pakistan will take on Bangladesh in April © Getty Images

Karachi: Former Pakistan Test skipper Ramiz Raja has warned his nation’s squad to be wary of hosts Bangladesh, who are brimming with confidence following an impressive run at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, in the forthcoming series, which is starting later in April. PCB to be compensated by BCB for postponing previous tours

Bangladesh advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time in the history of sport’s pinnacle tournament following a 15-run win over England in the group stages. Admitting that the Bangladeshi batsmen were superior to their Pakistani counterparts, Ramiz said that the Mashrafe Mortaza-led team looked a changed and more confident side in the World Cup, the Express Tribune reported. Dear Bangladesh, let your cricket do the talking

Ramiz further said that he didn’t think the upcoming limited over games are going to be easy sailing for them in Bangladesh, adding that Pakistan should expect a close series. The tour will commence with a three-match One-Day International (ODI) series starting April 17 followed by a Twenty20 match (T20) on April 24 and a two-match Test series.  Saeed Ajmal delighted after being recalled to squad for Pakistan’s tour of Bangladesh