LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board is likely to take the offer put forward by the English and Wales Cricket Board of holding a day and night Test match between the two countries in coming summer when Pakistan will tour England. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has agreed to the England and Wales' Cricket Board's request to appear in the first-ever day-night Test during the team's tour of England in May-June next year. And the ECB has floated a similar proposal to Pakistan for its summer series. PCB chief operating officer Wasim Bari was quoted by a report that he would not rule out ECB chief Giles Clarke offer to PCB chief Ijaz Butt the possibility of a day-night Test when the two meet in London next week. "So far the ECB has not made any formal request to us to play a day-night Test when we tour England next year but you never know since it is an important and interesting proposal it is likely to be discussed in the coming meeting," Bari said. The former Test captain said he found the concept of day- night Test matches very interesting as well as intriguing. "It's still in infancy stages but since Bangladesh has been given the go ahead for next year (against England) it makes it all the more interesting and significant." Bari said if any proposal comes to Pakistan it would consider all the pros and cons and the ICC's stand on the issue before taking any decision. "The good thing is that Bangladesh will be playing a day-night Test. If all ICC requirements are met other boards would be able to decide accordingly," he said.