A win over Zimbabwe, a clean sweep for the women's side, but Bilal Asif being reported for a suspected illegal bowling action means it hasn't been all good news for Paksitan in an otherwise positive week so far.
The president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board Nazmul Hasan is looking to find a permanent solution to security related issues in the International Cricket Council meeting which will be held in Dubai on Friday.
Bangladesh Women recovered from 67 for seven to set Pakistan Women 124 to win the second and final One-Day International in Karachi, but that wasn't enough to prevent the hosts completing a 2-0 series win.
After the postponement of the Bangladesh tour, the players in the Australian squad will now play domestic cricket for their respective state teams in order to prepare for the upcoming Test series against New Zealand.
Bangladesh and Pakistan along with the top six ranked teams in the International Cricket Council One-Day Internationals rankings as on 30th September 2015 have made it to the Champions Trophy 2017 to be held in England.