KARACHI: Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury Tuesday confirmed that Pakistan cricket team will visit the country right after the upcoming ICC Men's T20 World Cup.
Talking to media, BCB CEO revealed that the Pakistani team will play all three formats of the game during their tour of Bangladesh, scheduled to begin in November, newagebd.net reported.
Nizamuddin, however, said the BCB is in talks with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to finalise the schedule of the tour.
He said, "The Pakistan series will happen right after the [T20] World Cup. The cricket operations department is in talks with the Pakistan board to finalise the details. All formats will be included, there will be more ODIs and Tests."
Chowdhury also revealed that the Pakistan cricket team will arrive in Bangladesh on November 15 to play the series.
Pakistan will be reciprocating the Bangladesh cricket team, who toured the country in January 2020 for a T20I series.
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