Pakistan and Bangladesh Cricket Boards have scheduled a trip to Bangladesh, according to which 3 T20s, 1 ODI and 2 Test matches will be held in Pakistan.
The series schedule was finalized at a meeting between top officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board and the Bangladesh Cricket Board, while ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar played a vital role in finalizing the series schedule.
According to the new schedule, Bangladesh cricket team will play 3 T20 matches in Lahore from January 24 to 27, after which the guest team will return home and then return to play a Test match in Rawalpindi from February 7 to 11.
After the end of Pakistan Super League (PSL), a one-day international match between the two teams will be played in Karachi on April 3, followed by the second Test match between the two teams will be held in Karachi on 9th April.
Chairman PCB Ehsan Mani expressed happiness over finalizing Pakistan’s tour of Bangladesh cricket team and said that he is grateful for the support of Shashank Manohar.
Chief Executive PCB Wasim Khan says preparation of the new schedule is a win for both boards.
He said that according to the schedule, Bangladesh cricket team will visit Pakistan three times, which is proof that Pakistan is a peaceful and secure country.