England have begun their tour of Bangladesh against the backdrop of security fears with a comfortable four-wicket win over a BCB Select XI in Fatullah. Jos Buttler struck 80 in a 139-run partnership with Moeen Ali [70] to see the tourists home in their opening match of the winter.

Ben Duckett marked his first appearance in an England shirt with 29 from 37 balls, while James Vince [48] impressed at the top of the order as a replacement for Alex Hales. The Nottinghamshire batsman and captain Eoin Morgan both withdrew from the tour over security concerns but the changes were inconsequential.

Bangladesh named a team with seven full internationals including Imrul Kayes who struck 121 from 91 balls including 11 fours and six sixes as the hosts finished on 309 for 9 from their 50 overs. David Willey dismissed Kayes and Chris Woakes took 3 for 52, but spinners Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali ended with combined figures of 1 for 117 from 17 overs. Rashid was particularly harshly treated, going for 1-76 from his 10 overs.

Jason Roy and Vince put on 72 for the first wicket but the dismissals of the Hampshire batsman and Jonny Bairstow [11] had England teetering at 127 for 3. But a blitz from Buttler which included three fours and four sixes ensured the team kick-started the eight-match tour on a winning note.

England tour of Bangladesh

4 October: BCB Select XI vs England [Fatullah] - England win by four wickets

7 October: 1st ODI Bangladesh vs England [Mirpur]

9 October: 2nd ODI Bangladesh vs England [Mirpur]

12 October: 3rd ODI Bangladesh vs England [Chittagong]

14-15 October: TBC vs England XI [Chittagong]

16-17 October: TBC vs England XI [Chittagong]

20-24 October: 1st Test Bangladesh vs England [Chittagong]

28 October-1 November 2nd Test Bangladesh vs England [Mirpur]

The match is the only opportunity England have to tune up before the start of their three-game 50-over series against Bangladesh, which starts on Friday [7 October] in Mirpur. Attention then turns to the long form of the game where England face two warm-up matches against opposition yet to be determined before a two-Test series.