On Wednesday, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced that Australia will be travelling to Bangladesh for a two-match test series. The first test will be played on June 11, 2020, and it will be a part of the World Test Championship. It is also reported that Australia will be playing a four-day practice match before the first game. The first Test will be played at the Zahur Ahmed Choudhury Stadium in Chittagong.
It will be a four-day Test match, scheduled between June 11 to June 15. The second Test will be played in the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka. The second Test is scheduled between June 19- June 23. BCB's operation chairman Akram Khan, while talking to Cricbuzz, stated: "According to the Future Tours Programme (FTP), we were supposed to host two Tests in February, but now the Test series will be played in June-July 2020,".
Khan also added that the Bangladesh vs Australia T20 series, which was supposed to take place in October 2020, will now be played in 2021. "Initially, we were expecting to host Australia for a two-match Twenty20 International series in October, but now they have agreed to play three T20Is which will be played ahead of the World T20 in India, though we are yet to finalise the dates," informed Akram Khan.