Pakistani captain Sana Mir said the groundwork for the string are up to the mark, vowing to put a rough fight together not letting the visitors to settle about the wicket.
The show, consisting of two Twenty20s and as many one day matches, was given the green light following a visit with a Bangladeshi security delegation.
Pakistan’s international isolation was beat before this year when Zimbabwe toured to get a brief limited-over series, but expectations for more cricket stay slender following a bomb went off through the final match outside the earth.
“We’re here to play cricket and so are comfortable,” she said in the start of the series which is played completely in the southern city of Karachi.
“It’s only like our house and we’re totally ready to play against Pakistan, which will be an extremely powerful team.”
Bangladesh refused to send their men’s team in 2012 and 2013, to Pakistan, over security fears after initially agreeing to play brief that is small -over series.
The very first Twenty20 is being followed by the second on October 2. The two one day matches will probably be played on 6 and October 4.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has guaranteed foolproof security for the Bangladeshi women’s team, with players remaining in the exact same club at the place where they’ll play their matches.
PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan said the women’s team tour is a part of his slow attempts to restore international cricket in his state.