Bangladesh are scheduled to arrive in Zimbabwe on the 29th of June, spend the next day quarantining before starting preparations for the Test match from July 1 onward.
“We will have to do one-day quarantine and later we will do our regular activities (from July1),” Akram Khan, BCB cricket operation chairman, told reporters on Wednesday.
‘”We have not planned for any practice at home but we need to talk with the head coach to know his mind,” said Akram.
ZIM vs BAN: The Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe comprises one Test, three one-day internationals and three twenty20 internationals. While the Test match will be played at Bulawayo, Harare will play host to the entire white-ball segment of the tour. The warm-up game is of vital importance for the visitors, who last featured in a Test match back in April-May 2021, against Sri Lanka.
The Bangladesh national players are currently plying their trade in the Dhaka Premier League (DPL), one of the prominent domestic T20 tournaments of Bangladesh. The tournament is scheduled to end on the 26th of June, giving the Test team very little time in terms of a camp at home.
ZIM vs BAN Schedule:
One-off Test – July 7-11, Queen’s Sports Club, Bulawayo
ODIs – July 16, 18, 20, Harare Sports Club (All)
T20Is – July 23, 25, 27, , Harare Sports Club (All)