Cricket Australia has recently postponed the upcoming tour of Bangladesh which was meant to get underway in October before Kangaroos returning to play Tests in next year’s February. However, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) operations chairman Akram Khan confirmed the news of the procrastination of the tour.
He revealed that Australia was meant to play two T20Is in October and then two red-ball games in February. Now, the Test series, which is a part of ICC World Test Championship, has been shifted to June-July 2020.
In addition, Australia has included one more game to the T20I series which is now scheduled to be played ahead of the World T20 in India.
With this news, Bangladesh’s immediate cricket assignment includes a difficult tour to India which consists of three T20Is and two Tests.
The T20I series will get underway with a game at Delhi on November 3. Next two games will be played in Rajkot and Nagpur before the action moves to Indore and Kolkata where two teams are meant to engage in a red-ball series.