The Bangladesh Cricket Board have confirmed the tour dates for Bangladesh’s one-off Test against Afghanistan and the T20I tri-series which follows, and will also involve Zimbabwe.
While the suspension of Zimbabwe Cricket by the ICC bars them from participating in ICC events, the continue to be allowed to play bilateral – or indeed tri-lateral – cricket against other ICC members.
Afghanistan will arrive on 30 August and play a two-day tour match before the first-ever Test match between the side gets underway at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram.
Zimbabwe will arrive during the Test and play a practice game before the three sides take part in a T20I tri-series. The first three games will be at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, while the second three will be back in Chattogram.
The final, and the final game of the tour, will take place at SBNCS in Mirpur on 24 September
Afghanistan arrive, 30 August
Bangladesh v Afghanistan, Only Test, Chattogram, 5-9 September
Zimbabwe arrive, 8 September
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 1st T20I, Mirpur, 13 September
Afghanistan v Zimbabwe, 2nd T20I, Mirpur, 14 September
Bangladesh v Afghanistan, 3rd T20I, Mirpur, 15 September
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 4th T20I, Chattogram, 18 September
Afghanistan v Zimbabwe, 5th T20I, Chattogram, 20 September
Bangladesh v Afghanistan, 6th T20I, Chattogram, 21 September
TBC v TBC, T20I Final, Mirpur, 24 September
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