Bangladesh won't play cricket in Pakistan due to security concerns
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) -- Bangladesh won't play cricket matches in Pakistan next month because of security concerns.
Earlier this month, Bangladesh had made a preliminary agreement to play a one-day international and a Twenty20 match against Pakistan.
However, the head of the Bangladesh Cricket Board said Monday he has already informed Pakistan about the decision in a letter.
No international cricket match has been held in Pakistan since 2009 after gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team in Lahore.
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