After suffering through one of the worst years in Twenty20 cricket history, Bangladesh is hoping to turn things around in time for the Twenty20 World Cup, which will be held in Australia.
Taking into account both the previous year and the current year, the Bangladesh Cricket Board has planned two Twenty20 matches against the United Arab Emirates before travelling to New Zealand for a tri-series against the host nation New Zealand and Pakistan. These matches will take place before the Bangladesh Cricket Board travels to New Zealand. become
Due to the fact that Bangladesh will also hold a training camp in the Emirates, the two matches against the Emirates will not be the only competitions between the two countries. They were thrown off.
The dates of the tournament will be the 25th and 27th of September in Dubai, even though the date of the competition has not been officially announced.
Nizamuddin Chaudhary, the general secretary of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, made the following statement to media on Thursday in Mirpur: “We have finished our preparations, which were scheduled to be held overseas.” As a consequence of being confronted with adversity, we hatched a scheme to train at a location other than Bangladesh and settled on the United Arab Emirates as the location of our training camp.
There will be a two-game Twenty20 International series between Bangladesh and the Emirates, our departure date is anticipated to be September 22nd, and our return date is September 28th; during this time, we hope to visit the United Kingdom. In addition to the two Twenty20 matches that we will play against the Emirates, we will also have a few matches for practise.
He continued by saying, “It is common knowledge that the playing surfaces in the UAE are not identical to the playing surfaces in Australia; yet, we have no other practical alternative.” Nizamuddin remarked that at this point they are concentrating on the practise matches rather than thinking about the conditions that now exist. Very single-minded.
It is important to remember that Bangladesh, Pakistan, and the host nation of the Twenty20 World Cup, New Zealand, will compete in a three-team series before the tournament.