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India To Tour Bangladesh For Three ODIs And Two Tests In 2022

India To Tour Bangladesh For Three ODIs And Two Tests In 2022

Team India is all set to tour Bangladesh for three ODIs and two Test matches in 2022 after a significant gap. During the previous six-year cycle of ICC FTP (Future Tours Programme) which lasted between 2013 and 2018, India toured Bangladesh twice in 2014 and 2015. However, there haven’t been any tours scheduled since then.

Since that tour in 2015, Bangladesh has toured India twice. In 2017, the Bangla Tigers came to India for a one-off Test. In 2019, the two teams once again played a series that consisted of two Tests and three T20Is. The two Tests, which were played in Indore and Kolkata, were part of the ICC World Test Championship 2019-21. Although Bangladesh travelled to the neighbouring country, it has been almost six years the Men in Blues have not played any series in the land of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

India to tour Bangladesh next year

In a new report around the broadcasting rights deals sold by Bangladesh Cricket Board, it was revealed that the Indian team will travel to their neighbouring country in November 2022. The report stated that the series will have two Tests and three ODIs.

Another report suggested that Bangladesh Cricket Board is selling the broadcasting rights for the cricket matches to be played between 2021 and 2023. This year itself, Bangladesh has a few big series’ coming their way. Australia would be touring them for a limited-overs series, whose itinerary has not been revealed yet.

England, too, is scheduled to play a T20I and an ODI series in Bangladesh, right before the ICC T20 World Cup. New Zealand, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and West Indies are also scheduled to tour Bangladesh till January 2023. However, the series between India and Bangladesh will be of greater importance when Virat Kohli & Co land in November 2022.

However, there has been no official confirmation of the same from the Board of Control for Cricket in India as of yet.

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