BCB announces itinerary for England U-19’s tour of Bangladesh

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have announced the fixtures for England U-19’s tour of Bangladesh, which is set to start on January 27 with the one-off T20I. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ বাংলাদেশ সফরে আসছে ইংল্যান্ডের যুবারা]

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England U-19 are set to arrive in Bangladesh next week on January 20 and they will travel straight to Cox Bazar, where 1 T20I and 3 ODIs will take place.

The warm-up match between Bangladesh U-19 and England U-19 will be on February 25 at the SKICS Academy, Cox Bazar. Then after a one-day break, the teams will face off in the only T20I at the SKICS Main Stadium.

After the only T20I, the teams will take on each other in the three-match ODI series at the same venue. The ODIs are set to take place on 29, 31 and 2nd February.

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The teams will shift to the longer format of the game after the ODI series in Chattogram where they will play two four-day matches at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. The first match will start from February 7 while the second and the last match of the tour will be held on February 15. After completing the full-length series, the visitors will depart on February 19 from Chattogram.

Bangladesh U-19 recently faced England U-19 in the 2018 World Cup where England won the match comfortably by 7 wickets.

Bangladesh U-19 vs England U-19 Fixture –

25 January: Warm-up match (SKICS Academy, Cox Bazar)
27 January: Only T20I (SKICS Main, Cox Bazar) 

29 January: 1st ODI (SKICS Main, Cox Bazar)

31 January: 2nd ODI (SKICS Main, Cox Bazar)
2 February: 3rd ODI (SKICS Main, Cox Bazar)

7-10 February: 1st four-day match (ZACS, Chattogram)

15-18 February: 2nd four-day match (ZACS, Chattogram) 

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