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Afghanistan-Bangladesh T20I schedule announced

In the remaining tournament, the venue for the T20I collection between Bangladesh and Afghanistan had been announced however the schedule was once but to be announced. The announcement of the fixture got here on May nine and Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have agreed to a three-match T20I collection on the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Dehradun, India.

Afghanistan-Bangladesh T20I schedule announced
The 3 tournament T20I collection will probably be on June three, five and seven and can start at eight:30 PM (BDT). This is the primary bilateral T20I collection between Afghanistan and Bangladesh. The groups have confronted every different in just one T20I prior to, with Bangladesh registering a nine-wicket win throughout the World T20 in 2014.

ACB CEO Shafiq Stanikzai  stated: “The ongoing training camp in India in which players from the national and U19 teams as well as top performers from domestic cricket will help the selection committee to select a strong side for the T20I series against Bangladesh. These matches will be important for both sides to gain valuable points in the ICC rankings and the lead up to the 2020 ICC World Twenty20”.

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On the opposite hand, the CEO of BCB stated: “Afghanistan have some fine players for this format and they will have the advantage of familiarity with the conditions in Dehradun. However, the Bangladesh team is a confident and experienced unit and we are really looking forward to the matches.”

Series schedule:

First T20I: June three, eight:30 PM (BDT)
Second T20I: June five, eight:30 PM (BDT)
Third T20I, June 7, eight:30 PM (BDT)

Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehradun

 

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