Bangladesh cricket team is all set to play two cricket series versus New Zealand next year after those were delayed due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
New Zealand was due to be in Bangladesh in this year’s August-September for two-match Test series. Those two Tests were the part of ICC World Test Championship. On the other hand as part of their preparation for the T20 World Cup in Australia, Bangladesh was also scheduled to visit New Zealand for a three-match T20 series.
Those two series were eventually rescheduled, said CEO of BCB, Nizamuddin Chowdhury.
BCB Tigers will visit New Zealand for a series, comprising T20 and ODIs in February next year while New Zealand will visit Bangladesh in June-July next year.
“We have an agreement with the New Zealand Cricket Board that we will confirm the series in the middle of next year,” he stated here today. “One of the four series that New Zealand Cricket has mentioned is our tour in New Zealand. It will be in February next year, that’s the plan. ”
Bangladesh also saw a postponement of four series against– Pakistan, Ireland, Sri Lanka and Australia due to the pandemic that left the whole world standard.
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