The West Indies are expected to tour Bangladesh from January to February, with the teams playing three ODIs and two tests as part of the Super Cricket World Cup and World Test Championships, respectively.
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Cricket West Indies (CWI) have in principle approved the tour of Bangladesh, subject to the completion of medical and logistical details.
The approval was made following a recommendation from the CWI Medical Advisory Committee (MAC), after receiving a detailed report from the pre-tour visit to Bangladesh by the CWI director and member of the CWI and ICC MAC, Dr. Mansingh and the manager Security, Paul Slowe. .
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CWI will continue discussions with the Bangladesh Cricket Council and the West India Players Association to adjust the various arrangements to ensure the health and safety of the players and the team’s management unit.
If the series continues, it will mark the first international cricket in Bangladesh since Zimbabwe toured the country in February and March earlier this year. Meanwhile, the West Indies will be looking to bounce back from the disappointing defeats of the T20I series and the World Championship in New Zealand in recent weeks.
Draft tour program:
January 10: The West Indies arrive
January 18: One day warm-up match, BKSP, Savar
January 20: First ODI, SBNCS, Dhaka
22 January: Second ODI, SBNCS, Dhaka
January 25: Third ODI, ZACS, Chattogram
January 28-31: Four-day heating, MA Aziz Stadium, Chattogram
February 3-7: First Test Match, ZACS, Chattogram
February 11-15: 2nd Test Match, SBNCS, Dhaka