Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has moved the ODI from the upcoming sequence against India outside Dhaka. The decision was consumed in the wake of a good protest, which could paralyse the capital city for a passing fancy day.
Team India will become traveling to Bangladesh next 1 week for their first expedition to the country given that 2015. The action kick-starts with a three-match ODI series, which was in the beginning scheduled to be kept in Dhaka. However, right after the latest announcement, the last ODI, which was slated to be played about December 10 has been recently shifted to Chattogram.
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The adjust in venue allows the particular proceedings to continue without problems as Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) currently have announced a rally for a passing fancy day, and it is usually expected to throng plenty of thousands on to the streets of Dhaka.
“Chittagong was originally scheduled to host one Test. We felt there should be an ODI at the venue too,” Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) operations primary Jalal Yunus told AFP about Wednesday.
Jalal however, declined to comment if the particular last second change was carried out to avoid the scission but an investigation by paper New Age said the move was consumed in order to avoid the rally.
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The ODIs start from December 4, and it may be followed by a good two-match Test series, away of which one is going to be played at Chattogram. The red-ball matches start from December 14-18 and Dhaka from December 22-26.
Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, who’ve been rested from the continuous tour against New Zealand, may make money for the particular series against Bangladesh.
Rajat Patidar has also got a good call and it may be interesting to discover if he and Rahul Tripathi gets game amount of time in Bangladesh.
Ravindra Jadeja also the returning to the squad with regard to the series.
-with AFP inputs
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