OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to defer Bangladesh national Under-19 teams tour to Pakistan which was scheduled for later this month. This decision has been taken in response to a request received from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), said a spokesman of the PCB here on Monday. The official of the PCB declined to give reasons for the BCBs decision but said the series could be played at a later date this year. Sources in the board said the BCBs request could stem from security concerns about playing in Pakistan in present situation, although the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) hosted the Bangladesh team for a World Cup qualifying match here in the city on Sunday. The Bangladesh football officials had also initially asked the sports world governing body to move their World Cup qualifying match against Pakistan from Lahore but their request was rejected despite their security concerns. Bangladesh football team coach was fired for refusing to go to Pakistan. The PCB official said the Bangladesh U-19 tour to Pakistan had been finalised in a bid to allow junior players to prepare for next years ICC youth World Cup.