Pakistan team will go on Bangladesh tour after T20 World Cup

After the T20 World Cup ends in November this year, the Pakistan men’s team will tour Bangladesh. Under the World Test Championship, in addition to a series of 2 Test matches, 3 T20 matches are also to be played. The Pakistani team has to go there as soon as the T20 World Cup is over.

First of all a series of three T20 matches will be played which will be played at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium. It will be organized under the Future Tour Program. All three matches will be played on November 19, 20 and 22. After this the test campaign will start from Chittagong. The match will start on 26th November. After this, the second Test match will start in Dhaka from December 4.

This series will be Bangladesh’s first series in the current WTC window, while Pakistan have started their campaign in the West Indies with one win and one loss. They will go into the series once again with a remarkable record, winning 10 of their 11 Tests in Bangladesh. Pakistan’s figures in T20 cricket are equally impressive. In this format, out of the total 12 matches between the two teams, Pakistan has won 10.

Last year Bangladesh team also toured Pakistan. However, entire matches could not be held in the Test series as cricket was stopped due to Corona virus. Bangladesh had to do this tour in pieces. Now it is the turn of the Pakistani team, it has to be seen how the Bangladesh team will play on the home grounds.

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Bangladesh team’s spirits are high

Bangladesh have recently defeated the teams of Australia and New Zealand at home grounds. After winning two consecutive T20 series, the team’s spirits are high and with these high spirits, the players would like to take the field for the T20 World Cup.

The schedule of Pakistan’s tour of Bangladesh is as follows

19 November: 1st T20I, Dhaka

November 20: 2nd T20I, Dhaka

22 November: 3rd T20I, Dhaka

November 26-30: 1st Test, Chittagong

December 4-8: Second Test, Dhaka

Edited by Niranjan


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