Mohammad Hafeez (C) and other teammates take part in physical training at the ICC cricket academy in Dubai.
The 40-year-old is part of Pakistan's ongoing Twenty20 World Cup campaign in which they play Australia in the semi-finals in Dubai on Thursday.
Pakistan's 18-man squad will fly from the UAE to Bangladesh where they also play two Tests after the T20Is.
The selectors have brought back Iftikhar Ahmed in Hafeez's place, who is also an off-spinning all-rounder, said a Pakistan Cricket Board release.
Ahmed has played 13 T20Is for Pakistan but was not selected for the World Cup.
The three T20Is will all be played in Dhaka on Nov.19, 20 and 22. The two Tests will be in Chattogram (Nov.26-30) and in Dhaka (Dec.4-8). A squad for the Tests will be announced later.
Fast bowler Shahnawaz Dahani and leg-spinner Usman Qadir — part of reserves in the T20 World Cup in the UAE — are part of the squad for the Bangladesh series.
Pakistan T20I squad: Babar Azam (captain), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) Asif Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Haider Ali, Haris Rauf, Hasan Ali, Iftikhar Ahmed, Imad Wasim, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Wasim Junior, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Shahnawaz Dahani, Shoaib Malik, Usman Qadir
Rain arrived an hour before the scheduled toss at 1.30pm local time before umpires called off the play at 3.55pm local time, to the disappointment of around 5,000 fans at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
The Pakistan men's national cricket team will play seven Tests, 17 ODIs and a minimum of 25 T20Is in the next 12 months as the PCB on Friday confirmed their upcoming international commitments.
Sajid Khan ended with a match haul of 12-128 as Pakistan broke Bangladesh’s stubborn resistance to secure an innings and eight-run victory in the rain-hit second and final test on Wednesday. Bangladesh was forced to follow-on after being wrapped up for 87 in the first innings and was bowled out for 205.
The visitors chose to bat and reached 161-2 at tea on the first day, with skipper Azam batting on 60 alongside Azhar Ali, 36 not out, at the break. The duo put 91 runs in their unbroken third wicket stand after Bangladesh left-arm spinner Taijul Islam removed both the openers in the morning session.
The campaign aims to integrate sports into charitable work by harnessing sports in serving charity activities during the Holy Month and positively integrating sports events in serving the community, which contributes to supporting social services and humanitarian projects.
The partial schedule released on Thursday by IPL comprises 21 matches, to be played across 10 cities, with each team playing a minimum of three matches and a maximum of five.
The former Pakistani captain, who has represented 19 teams in the T20 format, scoring 3,698 runs for the national side and 2,398 for the Kings, reached the milestone in 271 innings as opposed to Gayle who achieved the feat in 285 innings.