Bangladesh Cricket Board on Friday (September 3) declared a reconsidered schedule of the impending home series against Afghanistan Under-19. Cricbuzz had before detailed that the series is set to be rescheduled. Afghanistan U-19 will presently play five one-dayers and a four-day game during their 24-day stay in Bangladesh. It will be the main Afghanistan group to play worldwide cricket in any structure since the Taliban takeover.
As per the new timetable, the five-match youth ODI series will get in progress on September 10 at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, while the leftover four matches will be played on September 12, 14, 17 and 19 individually. The solitary four-day match will be played between September 22-25 at a similar setting.
Afghanistan U-19 will show up in Dhaka on September 4, flying then to Sylhet around the same time. They will be in isolate for three days before two days of training in front of the first dayer on September 10.
Bangladesh, the protecting U-19 bosses, will play their first series post COVID as the entirety of their projects and apparatuses were influenced because of the pandemic. The group is in anticipation of the following version of the U-19 World Cup which is booked to be played in the Caribbean one year from now.