- West Indies cricket team will play Bangladesh for a very short time
- Bangladesh Cricket Board has accepted the request of Cricket West Indies
West Indies cricket has confirmed the upcoming Bangladesh tour. The West Indies team will also play two Test matches besides a three-match ODI series in Bangladesh. Earlier, West Indies cricket had said to keep the tour short. The Bangladesh Cricket Board accepted that request and now both boards have agreed to remove the T20 series. The West Indies team will play in Bangladesh in January.
The ODI series starts on January 20 and the first two matches will be played in Dhaka while the final match of the series will be played on January 25 in Chattogram. The first test in Chattogram will start from February 3, after which both teams will be set up for the final test. The second Test match will begin on February 11.
Cricket West Indies did an inspection
Earlier, Cricket West Indies sent a two-member investigation team to Bangladesh for protection from Corona. Both investigating members were satisfied with the protocol set by the Bangladesh Cricket Board for the coronavirus. After this, Cricket West Indies has decided to send the team to Bangladesh.
Many series of Bangladesh Cricket Board have fallen victim to Coronavirus. Bangladesh Cricket Board wants to see their team playing in international cricket as soon as possible. After canceling the Pakistan tour against Pakistan, the series against Ireland for the white ball series was also canceled. After this, the Sri Lanka tour was also canceled. Not only this, but the series of this team has also been canceled against Australia and New Zealand.
BCB has organized the domestic T20 tournament Bangabandhu T20 Cup, taking steps towards the resumption of cricket. The tournament is now moving towards the final stage. The BCB has been given a seven-day quarantine time for the West Indies team.