KARACHI - The arrival of Bangladesh and Pakistan cricket teams here on Thursday for the fifth and the final ODI of the ongoing series was delayed after the cancellation of flights from Multan where the two teams played the fourth ODI. The two teams were expected to arrive here on Thursday morning but according to latest information, they will land here close to Thursday midnight. Due to the delayed arrival of the teams the training sessions of the teams was disrupted and rescheduled for Friday. The two teams will have training session at the national stadium, the venue of the day and night contest on Friday noon. They will hold media briefing around 5 in the evening. In the meantime all arrangements to host the contest have been completed. Tight security would be in place for the contest, which is expected to attract the bigger crowd that the visitors had attracted so far on their tour. As the match is a day and night affair the die-hard supporters of the game are expected to reach the national stadium in large numbers. In the meantime local officials informed that the sale of tickets for the contest was negligible and free passes would be distributed through local clubs. Bangladesh would be hoping to avoid total whitewash in the series by putting up better performance. In the last two ODI, the Bangladeshis have shown improvement. In the meantime the Pakistan batting for the contest would be bolstered with the inclusion of Younis Khan in the sixteen for the match named by the PCB selection committee. Younis Khan opted out for last two matches for some personal unexplained reasons. The sixteen for the match are: Shoaib Malik (captain), Salman Butt, Younis Khan, Muhammed Yousuf, Misbahul Haq, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal (wicket keeper), Muhammed Asif, Umar Gul, Sohail Tanvir, Rao Iftekhar, Wahab Riaz, Fawad Alam, Bazid Khan, Nomanullah and Sarfaraz Ahmed (wicket keeper).