New Zealand Cricket stated that the revised dates will start the host nation extra time for ‘sufficient preparation’ to deal with the challenges related to Covid-19.
Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand will now start on March 20. (Picture courtesy: BCB)
- The tour, which was earlier scheduled to start on March 13, will now begin on March 20
- Bangladesh will play 3 ODIs and three T20Is between March 20 and April 1 now
- This will likely be Bangladesh’s first go to to New Zealand since their 2019 tour was minimize brief
New Zealand Cricket on Thursday introduced the revised schedule for Bangladesh’s upcoming tour of New Zealand, which has now been postponed by per week to give the board extra sufficient preparation time to deal with the challenges related to Covid-19.
The tour, which was earlier scheduled to start on March 13 will now begin on March 20. The guests will proceed to play the identical variety of matches 3 ODIs and three T20Is between March 20 and April 1 now.
This rescheduled dates will present for “sufficient preparation” the board stated in its assertion.
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“To accommodate the required logistics, the Bangladesh tour will now start seven days later than initially scheduled, following a five-day coaching camp at Queenstown, with matches to be performed on the venues first deliberate, however on completely different dates,” the NZC stated in a press release.
Bangladesh’s earlier tour to NZ was minimize brief
This will likely be Bangladesh’s first go to to New Zealand since their 2019 tour was minimize brief following the taking pictures assault on a mosque, which gamers narrowly averted the day earlier than the scheduled third Take a look at at Christchurch.
After Bangladesh full a five-day coaching camp in Queenstown, they are going to start the ODI collection on March 20 at Dunedin’s College Oval. The second ODI will likely be performed on March 23 at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval with the decider on March 26 at Wellington’s Basin Reserve.
The T20Is will likely be performed on March 28 (Seddon Park, Hamilton), March 30 (McLean Park, Napier) and April 1 (Eden Park, Auckland).