The two nations will face each other in a friendly at Pride Park stadium later this year, the BBC reports.
Match organisers said the idea of the game was to promote peace between the countries and raise the profile of Asian football.
The match was originally due to take place on 3 September but has been postponed so organisers can pay tribute to three men killed in Birmingham during the recent riots.
Organisers TouchSky Sports decided to delay the game after speaking to the families of Haroon Jahan, 21, and brothers Shazad Ali, 30, and Abdul Musavir, aged 31.
The game is now being re-arranged for a date after the traditional Islamic mourning period of 40 days has been observed.