The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has announced the itinerary of the home Test series against Australia scheduled to take place in June.
The opening Test of the two-match series will be preceded by a four-day practice game with the date and venue of the warm-up match yet to be finalized.
The first Test between the two sides will be held at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong from June 11-15.
The second game is set to be hosted by Dhaka's Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium from June 19-23.
The series forms a part of the World Test Championship where Bangladesh are placed last on the nine-team table while Tim Paine's Australia just trail top-ranked India on the second spot.
The forthcoming series will be Australia's third Test assignment in the country and their second in three years. Bangladesh recorded a historic win over Australia in the first Test during the previous series in 2017 as the final scoreline read 1-1.
Prior to the Tests, Bangladesh will be travelling to the United Kingdom for multiple limited-overs fixtures against Ireland.
The three ODIs between Ireland and Bangladesh are confirmed to be staged in Belfast whereas the four T20Is will be conducted in England across three venues.
4-day warm-up match – Date and venue to be decided
June 11-15 – First Test, Chattogram
June 19-23 – Second Test, Dhaka