Australia to Play Two Test Matches in Bangladesh in June

Australia to Play Two Test Matches in Bangladesh in June

Australia to Play Two Test Matches in Bangladesh in June

The BCB already announced the dates for the two Test matches of Australia against  Bangladesh in June.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has confirmed that Australia will hold its third Test series against the Tigers in June. The schedule for the Tests had already been released to let everyone know that Australia will return for another Test series since they had last visited in 2017.  

The first Test between the Tigers and the Aussies will take place at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong from June 11-15. Meanwhile, the second one will happen on June 19-23 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka. A four-day match will also be held before the first Test but the date of such is not yet announced. 

Prior to Australia’s Test-match series set in June, the Tigers will fight against the Ireland team in a match series to be held in England. The series will be wrapped up on May 29, giving the Bangladeshi team enough time to prepare for the Aussies. 

Currently, Australia is in an ODI series against New Zealand. Their next game will take place at the Sydney Cricket Ground where the odds are -181.82 for the Aussies and +141 for the Black Caps. For more reliable cricket betting odds, head over to Betwala.

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