Live Updates

  • 11:11 PM IST

    Pakistan win by two wickets ! Fahim Ashraf does it in style! Finishes unbeaten on 64 off 30 balls. He smashed four fours and as many sixes. Hasan Ali gave him a good company and scored 27 off 15 balls. The duo added unbeaten 93 runs for the ninth wicket.

    PAK 342/8 in 49.3 overs
  • 11:07 PM IST

  • 11:04 PM IST

    Pakistan need 13 from last over with two wickets in hand. Fahim Ashraf is batting on 55 and Hasan Ali is on 23

  • 11:01 PM IST

    That is half-century up for Fahim Ashraf. 50 off 26 balls for him.

  • 10:55 PM IST

    Pakistan need 34 runs from 18 balls

  • 10:48 PM IST

    Fahim Ashraf is batting on 30 off just 15 balls. He seems to be Pakistan’s last hope. PAK 292/8 after 46 overs

  • 10:43 PM IST

    A good over for Pakistan, 19 from it. They now need 63 runs from 30 balls. PAK 279/8 after 45 overs

  • 10:38 PM IST

    Pakistan now need 82 runs from 36 balls. PAK 260/8 after 44 overs

  • 10:36 PM IST

    OUT! Eight down now Pakistan. This match is slipping away from their hands. I Wasim c Mosaddek Hossain b Mehedi Hasan 45 (50)

  • 10:35 PM IST

    OUT! Shadab Khan is run out. Pakistan seven down now. S Khan out run out (Mehedi Hasan) 7 (10)

Pakistan take on Bangladesh in the second warm-up match ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy which begins on June 1. In Friday’s match, Australia beat Sri Lanka by 2 wickets. Mashrafe Mortaza will led the Tigers while Pakistan will be led by Sarfraz Khan. Bangladesh played Sri Lanka in their last one-day international series while Pakistan played three-match ODI series against West Indies. Also Catch- PAK vs BAN Live Score

The warm-up match of ICC Champions Trophy between Bangladesh and Pakistan begins at 3 PM IST on Saturday.

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed praised Bangladesh ahead of the warm-up tie.

Sixth-ranked Bangladesh are playing their first Champions Trophy since 2006 and currently sit higher than Pakistan in the rankings, with Sarfraz admitting he has been impressed by Bangladesh over the last 18 months. Also read: Champions Trophy 2017: India vs Pakistan will light up the tournament, says Monty Panesar

“Over the past one-and-a-half years, Bangladesh has performed very well,” he said.

“The warm-up game is a good opportunity for both teams before the Champions Trophy. Both teams want to win so it’s a good practice match to have.

“Over the past few years they’ve done well and we’ll see its batsmen, like Tamim Iqbal, if we play in the semi-finals.”

Having taken over captaincy only in February, this marks the first major tournament at the helm for Sarfraz.

Bangladesh on the other hand have consistently improving. They are now ahead of three former world champions- Sri Lanka, Pakistan and West Indies – in the ODI rankings. They’ve won series against India, South Africa and Pakistan since the 2015 World Cup – where they defeated England and reached the knock-out stages for the first time – and they warmed up for the ICC Champion Trophy with a maiden win away from home against New Zealand on Wednesday.

The 2017 ICC Champions Trophy will begin from June 1 in UK and the top eight ODI teams — India, Australia, South Africa, England, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, New Zealand — will be participating. India will look to defend the title they won in 2013.

Preview by Sylvester Tamang.