Bangladesh vs Pakistan Head to Head | Bangladesh vs Pakistan H2H Stats & Records in T20Is

Bangladesh vs Pakistan Head to Head record in T20Is

Pakistan clearly have the edge over the Bangla tigers in terms of head-to-head record in T20Is.

Pakistan cricket team
Pakistan cricket team. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI/AFP via Getty Images)

Bangladesh will take on Pakistan in a three-match T20I series which will get underway on Friday (November 19) at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. Both teams had contrasting T20 World Cup 2021 campaigns in terms of form and results. Bangladesh, the host of this T20I series, lost all the 5 matches in Super 12 and had a competition to forget. On the other hand, Pakistan enjoyed a dream world cup by winning all 5 games in Super 12 before a Mathew Wade special in semis denied them a spot in the ultimate clash of the World Cup.

Head to Head record:

Pakistan clearly have the edge over the Bangla tigers in T20Is as they have thrashed them 10 out of 13 times. Bangladesh has won twice and both the victories came at the same venue with one being in the Asia Cup 2016. One game was abandoned due to rain. These two sides last met in January last year.


Played Won by Bangladesh Won by Pakistan Tie No Result
13 2 10 0 1

Top Performers:

Among the active players, Shakib Al Hasan has scored the most runs (292) in the clashes, followed by Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez (277). In terms of most wickets, Shakib Al Hasan, Mohammad Amir & Shoaib Malik have taken 6 wickets each in the matches between these two sides.

Last Meeting:

Speaking of the last T20I meeting between these two sides, they met in Lahore on January 25 in 2020.  The coin landed in Bangladesh’s favour and they elected to bat at the Gaddafi Stadium. The decision didn’t prove to be fruitful as they lost wickets at regular intervals. As a result, the visitors were restricted to a paltry 136/6 in their allotted 20 overs.

Pakistan’s chase didn’t start off well with opener Ahsan Ali bagging a duck. However, Skipper Babar Azam joined forces with veteran Mohammad Hafeez and it was a one-man show since then. Both batters scored unbeaten half-centuries as the Men in Green crossed the line in 16.4 overs, winning the contest by nine wickets.


Winner Won By Venue Date
Pakistan 30 runs Nairobi (Gym) 2 Sep 2007
Pakistan 4 wickets Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
Pakistan 102 runs Karachi 20 Apr 2008
Pakistan 21 runs Gros Islet 1 May 2010
Pakistan 50 runs Dhaka 29 Nov 2011
Pakistan 8 wickets Pallekele 25 Sep 2012
Pakistan 50 runs Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
Bangladesh 7 wickets Dhaka 24 Apr 2015
Bangladesh 5 wickets Dhaka 2 Mar 2016
Pakistan 55 runs Kolkata 16 Mar 2016
Pakistan 5 wickets Lahore 24 Jan 2020
Pakistan 9 wickets Lahore 25 Jan 2020
Abandoned Lahore 27 Jan 2020