Australia’s test and T20I tours in Bangladesh have been postponed for unknown reasons.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board announced on Monday, September 23, that a two-test series, which was due to take place in February next year, was postponed to June-July, during the T20I series, originally in October of that year was postponed in this regard was postponed to 2021, before the ICC men’s T20 World Cup 2021. Both boards agreed on the decision.
“According to FTP, we should run two tests in February, but now the test series will be held from June to July 2020,” said Akram Khan, chairman of the BCB on cricket operations, to reporters.
“Originally, we had expected to host Australia in October for a Twenty20 International series, but now they have agreed to play three T20 internationals, which will take place in India prior to the World T20.”
The tests are part of the Test World Cup campaign in Bangladesh, which begins in November with a series of two tests in India. Australia started with the five-test Ashes series in England, from which they emerged with 56 points.
India, No. 1 in the ICC Test Ranking of MRF Tires, is the leader and the only undefeated team among those whose cycles are in progress, having returned 120 points thanks to a 2-0 sweep from the West Indies.