BCB sends working plans to Windies board

After Corona virus hit back in the country, the cricket arena came to a standstill. With a lot of speculation and precautions, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) decided to back on cricket through Sri Lanka series. But with the Incorporations from the lankan board , the series was postponed indefinitely. Therefore to return in international cricket, BCB had to wait for West Indies series which will take place in the January of 2021.



With a view to hosting West Indies series, BCB is arranging one more domestic tournament after another as part of its plan to host the West Indies next January. To host west Indies series in a bio secured bubble atmosphere, same atmosphere are being observed in these tournaments during the pandemic period. After a successful completion of BCB Presidents Cup, Bangabandhu T20 Cup will start at the third week of this month.



Following this tournament, the BCB is all set to in the process of hosting a home series against the West Indies in January. The BCB authorities hoping to bring international cricket back to the country with this series defying all odds created by the ongoing pandemic. Amid the series, a couple of series-centric plan has already been sent to the West Indies Cricket Board. The major priority will be Where the plan of bio safety bubble has prevailed. Meanwhile ,the Caribbeans are currently on a tour of New Zealand.



With the plans and precautions, BCB are in continuous communication with the Windows board. Akram Khan, chairman of the BCB’s cricket operations department, told reporters yesterday. “We are in regular touch with the West Indies Cricket Board “. Meanwhile, The Tigers will play two Tests, three ODIs and three T20I home series against the Caribbean in January.



Besides this, It is worth mentioning that Bangladesh Tigers played its last international home match against Zimbabwe on March 11 in Mirpur. Since then, several international series have been suspended in this pandemic period. Bangladesh played a incomplete away series in Pakistan before the inception of Coronavirus.

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