The Tigers will take on the Indians in two Test matches and three T20Is, scheduled to be held next month
After a lot of drama in the last couple of days, normalcy finally returned to Bangladesh cricket Wednesday night as the Bangladesh Cricket Board and the protesting cricketers reached a common ground.
After the protesting cricketers placed a 11-point demand Monday where they mentioned that they’d refrain from all activities if their demands were not met by the BCB, the India tour was put into jeopardy.
Around 50 renowned cricketers of the country added two more demands Wednesday, making it a 13-point list, before their meeting with cricket’s governing body in the country saw an end to their strike.
As a result, the national camp for the India tour will now begin Friday at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka.
The Tigers will take on the Indians in two Test matches and three T20Is, scheduled to be held next month.