Bangladesh will host 3rd One-day internationals against Sri Lanka in May.



Sri Lanka are ready to tour Bangladesh in May for a 3-match ODI series, Bangladesh’s Cricket Running Chairman Akram Khan has told. He also claimed that their team would play a 2-match Test series in Sri Lanka also later or earlier the ODI series.

The nearing 3-match ODI series will be section of the World Cup Super League. Talking with reporters in Chattogram on Wednesday, Akram Khan answered:

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“Sri Lanka team will come in May to play three ODIs that are part of WC Super League. We are expected to visit Sri Lanka earlier or later (for playing the Test series that was postponed earlier), but the date is yet to be finalized.” said Khan.


BCBs operational chairman as well introduce an update on Bangladesh’s tour of Zimbabwe which is planned in June and July. The tour will include two Tests, 3-ODIS, and 3rd-T20Is.

‘The Zimbabwe series is yet to be confirmed, but we will confirm it shortly, We are thinking about rest for our cricketers as well because it is very difficult for them to play continuously while staying in bio-bubbles. It is a big pressure on them, and we have to keep that in our mind. So we have to consider that before confirming any tour.” Akram Khan said.

Bangladesh were planned to definately play a 3-match Test series fight against Sri Lanka in July 2020, but it was delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic. That tour was reprogrammed to come to pass from October in 2020.

Although the Bangladesh Cricket Board were resistant to meet with Sri Lanka cricket’s 14-day quarantine condition. Now, as it support, the Test series as well as the ODI series are likely to occur in the upcoming months.

Bangladesh’s ODI record against Sri Lanka till now

As already mentioned, the 3-match ODI series will be section of the World Cup Super League. The series between England and Ireland played past year in July were the initial matches of the League.

Sri Lanka have already an large majority excellent record against Bangladesh in ODIs. The 2 teams have squared up 48 times, with Sri Lanka winning 39 times, and Bangladesh 7. The another two ended in no outcome.

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