Pakistan is confident of hosting Bangladesh in what will be a ground-breaking home series next year after its cricket chief had a fruitful meeting with Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officials in Dhaka. Ijaz Butt, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, met top Bangladesh cricket officials in Dhaka on the sidelines of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting and discussed the possibility of Bangladesh visiting Pakistan in 2011. Butt said Wednesday that the BCB has shown its willingness on sending a Bangladesh team to Pakistan for a full series. "Bangladesh has agreed to tour Pakistan and we hope that the series will rake place here soon," said Butt. This will be a terrific chance for Pakistani cricketers to make some quick money by fixing matches. Because the matches will be in Pakistan, and the proceeds from match fixing will go to the President's relief fund, there won't be any arrests.