TE24 Sports Desk:
Bangladesh’s tri-country series in New Zealand before the impending T20 World Cup has been affirmed by New Zealand Cricket (NZC). As implied last month, Pakistan has been affirmed as the third group in the series alongside Bangladesh and New Zealand.
The T20I tri-series will start toward the beginning of October before groups travel to Australia for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
The primary match of the series will see Bangladesh and Pakistan clash on 7 October.
All the matches separated from the Tigers’ subsequent game will start at 9 am BST. Bangladesh’s subsequent match will start at 1 pm BST on 9 October.
Hagley Oval in Christchurch will have all the matches of the series.
Each group will play with one another two times before the last. The last will be on 14 October.
Aside from facilitating the tri-series, New Zealand’s ladies’ group will likewise have Bangladesh for three T20I and three ODIs in December, before they travel to South Africa for the following year’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. The three-match T20I and three-match ODI series will start on 2 December.
New Zealand Cricket CEO David White is confident of drawing in huge groups to all series all through the mid year.
“The previous summer’s Women’s World Cup accomplished such a great deal to advance the game, and it will be perfect to see the White Ferns in real life close to the nation,” White said.
“Furthermore, to have India, England, and Sri Lanka visiting here, on top of visits from Pakistan and Bangladesh, implies cricket fans can anticipate a mid year of top-quality cricket.”
Aside from the tri-country series, Bangladesh will play various T20 matches as a groundwork for the T20 WC. They will likewise have a 10-day practice camp in Adelaide.
Bangladesh will play warm-up matches against Adelaide Redbacks during the camp prior to going to New Zealand. After the tri-country series, they will again get back to Australia for the terrifically significant T20 WC.
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