Pakistan will tour Bangladesh from 26th November until 22nd December to play two Tests, three One-Day Internationals and a Twenty20 International.
Interim coach Mohsin Khan will continue in his post for the tour having overseen the recent Test series win over Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates.
Khan, who is also Pakistan's chief selector, took over from Waqar Younis in September and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has yet to appoint a permanent coach.
"Pakistan team will be touring Bangladesh to play a series of Tests, one-day and a T20 matches and since no team coach has been appointed Khan will continue as coach on the tour," a statement from the PCB said.
The tour will begin with a Twenty20 International on 29th November before the three one-day games and two Tests. Bangladesh have never beaten Pakistan in a Twenty20 or Test match and have recently hosted the West Indies, taking a Twenty20 and ODI win apiece.
Pakistan play Sri Lanka in five ODIs and a Twenty20 International before they depart for Bangladesh while in 20120 they take on England in the UAE.
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