Bangladesh To Play Their First Series In India As BCCI Announces Schedule For A Grand Home Season

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Bangladesh will play a series in India for the first time when they tour the neighbouring nation in November for three T20s and two Tests.

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Bangladesh will play a series in India for the first time when they tour the neighbouring nation in November for three T20s and two Tests. In a first, the BCCI on Monday announced the schedule of the entire home season which will comprise five Tests, nine ODIs and 12 T20s. The three Tests against South Africa in October and two against Bangladesh will be part of the inaugural World Test Championship that begins after the 2019 World Cup.The season will begin with South Africa arriving for three T20s and as many Tests starting September 15. 

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The home season will conclude in March with South Africa's ODI tour of  India. Here's a complete breakdown of the home series fixtures:

Freedom Trophy - 2019 against South Africa 
1st T20I: September 15, Dharamsala 
2nd T20I: September 18, Mohali
3rd T20I: September 22, Bengaluru
1st Test: October 2-6, Vizag
2nd Test: October 10-14, Ranchi
3rd  Test: October 19-23, Pune

Bangladesh's Tour of India - 2019 
1st T20I: November 3, Delhi
2nd T20I: November 7, Rajkot
3rd T20I: November 10, Nagpur
1st Test: November 14-18, Indore
2nd Test: November 22-26, Kolkata

West Indies' Tour of India  2019 
1st T20I: December 6, Mumbai
2nd T20I: December 8, Thiruvananthapuram
3rd T20I: December 11, Hyderabad
1st ODI: December 15, Chennai
2nd ODI: December 18, Vizag
3rd ODI: December 22, Cuttack

Zimbabwe's Tour of India - 2020
1st T20I: January 5, Guwahati
2nd T20I: January 7, Indore
3rd T20I: January 10, Pune

Australia's Tour of India - 2020 
1st ODI: January 14, Mumbai
2nd ODI: January 17, Rajkot
3rd ODI: January 19, Bengaluru.

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