Bangladesh has the opportunity to visit Australia after 19 years. The last time he visited Bangladesh was in 2007. The three-match ODI series was played on this tour. After that, the bilateral series was not played in Ajit’s field. 14 years have passed in between. However, Bangladesh is not going to Australia soon. He will have to wait another five years. The advance schedule says so.
In the next round of the ICC’s future tour schedule, the possibility of Ajit playing on the ground has arisen. Bangladesh may have a chance to play a Test series on Australian soil in 2026. In that case, Bangladesh will visit the country after 19 years, Test will be played after 24 years.
Bangladesh has the opportunity to visit Australia after 19 years
Bangladesh is coming to the country with hospitality even though it is not going to visit Australia. A record five-time ODI World Cup champions came to Bangladesh for the first time in 2006. Then in 2011, 2016 and 2021 Ajira came to Bangladesh. They are scheduled to visit Bangladesh in 2026. Bangladesh may visit Australia next year (2026).
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is trying to play Tests in England next season. However, the matter is not yet confirmed, the BCB is continuing talks. Jalal Yunus, chairman of the cricket management department of the BCB, gave such information to the media in Mirpur on Sunday.
He said, ‘In Australia in 2026, Bangladesh will go to play there. Two Tests can be played. It is in the plan, not yet confirmed. They will come in 2026. There is Australia and the rest, there is Pakistan, there is England, there is South Africa, there is the West Indies; We are still in talks with them. Some of the series have been confirmed, you will know later.
The chances of a tour of England in the next four years are slim, but the BCB is still trying. Jalal Yunus said: “We are still talking to England, not sure. We are trying to go to England and play a series. That is still under discussion. We hope to be able to go, get a positive response from them.
Jalal Yunus has given a preliminary idea of how many matches Bangladesh will be able to play in the next four years. He said, “I have finalized so far, I will play more than 40 Tests till 2026, there are more than 60 ODIs, there are more than 6 T20s. I’m pretty sure there will be some changes from here.