Pakistan and Bangladesh have postponed a Test match and a one-day international that had been due to take place in Karachi next month.
The sides were scheduled to complete the Test series they started in February, with the second match set to start on April 5. Pakistan won that match by an innings and 44 runs.
The Pakistan Cricket Board say they will seek to play the World Test Championship fixture at a later date.
The lone ODI between the sides has also been called off.
“The Pakistan and Bangladesh cricket boards have decided to postpone the upcoming One-Day International and Test in Karachi for a later date,” the PCB said in a statement on Monday.
“The two boards will now work together to identify a future opportunity to complete the ICC World Test Championship commitment.
“The Bangladesh men’s national cricket team was due to arrive in Karachi on 29 March to play an ODI on April 1 and the second ICC World Test Championship Test from April 5-9.
“Meanwhile, the PCB has also indefinitely postponed the Pakistan Cup one-day tournament, which was scheduled to start from March 25.”
The final phase of the Pakistan Super League is still scheduled to go ahead as planned, albeit with a slightly altered schedule, as response to the coronavirus outbreak.
There will be a double-header of semi-finals in Lahore on Tuesday, with Multan Sultans playing Peshawar Zalmi in the first match, and Karachi Kings facing Lahore Qalandars in the later game.
The final will take place a day later.