Bangladesh tour of Australia extended for four months
News Track 26 September 2019 13:51
Dhaka: The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) said that the tour of the Australian cricket team to be held in February of next year has increased for four months. The Australian cricket team was scheduled to play two Test matches on this tour which are part of the World Test Championship. Apart from this, it also had to take part in the T20 matches series.
The ICC quoted Akram Khan, President of Cricket Operations, BCB, as saying that the future tours Programme (FTP) was scheduled to play a two-Test series in February but now the series will be held in June-July 2020. The BCB said that Bangladesh's team will also host Australia for the three-match T20 series which will be held in October. The dates for the Test and T20 series have not been decided yet.
Akram Khan said that the T20 series will be played before the T20 World Cup to be held in India. Let us know that the TRAI series is currently going on in Bangladesh. Which includes Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Zimbabwe. The final match of the series will be played between Bangladesh and Afghanistan.