DUBAI Pakistan cricket team left for Bangladesh through Emirates Airlines flight at 1:05 Dubai local time to play two Tests, three One day Internationals and one T20 series against the hosts. Pakistan will remain in Bangladesh till December 22 and then will return to Pakistan for some rest before the crucial Home series against England which is most likely to be played in UAE too. Pakistan will start their Bangladesh tour with one-off Twenty20 International to be played on November 29th, after this the three One Dayers will be played from December 1st, second on third and the third and final One day International will be played on December 6. The first test will commence from 9th to 13th and the second and final test will start from 17 to 21. After the injuries to Junaid Khan and Abdul Razzaq the team management has included Mohammad Khalil who had the past experience of playing test cricket for the Bangladesh series. While talking to this scribe exclusively Col (R) Naushad Ali Associate Manager of Pakistan Cricket team said: The team morale is very high and we will not take the Bangladeshis lightly as they are very dangerous side at home and capable of staging upsets on their day. He said: We will start the series from where we left against Sri Lanka and do our best to win back-to-back series as . Naushad said: We will overcome our shortcomings and weaknesses observed during the UAE series against Sri Lanka and will not repeat them against Bengal Tigers. Bangladesh series will prove beneficial for us and help us a lot for preparations against England home series likely to be played in UAE, he concluded. Mohsin Ali