BCB to Host Women’s Asia Cup 2022 in October

BCB to Host Women's Asia Cup 2022 in October

BCB to Host Women’s Asia Cup 2022 in October 

BCB gets responsibility to host Women’s Asia Cup 2022. The fight for the supremacy of women’s Asia Cup 2022 will start on October 1 and end on October 15. Whereas on the other hand Sri Lanka to host the Men’s Asia Cup in August-September 2022. Due to financial and political issues in Sri Lanka it is not yet confirmed that will Sri Lanka to host the Asia Cup 2022 or not.

The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) tournament will be held at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. All the matches will be played in the tea city, in this beautiful stadium built across the heart of the tea garden. Bangladesh Cricket Board chairman Shafiul Alam Chowdhury Nadel confirmed the matter.

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The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and the Asian Cricket Council have decided to hold the girls’ tournament at the same venue. The main matches will be played at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. The teams will practice at Sylhet Cricket Ground. Shafiul Alam Chowdhury Nadel, BCB director and chairman of the women’s department, said, “It will start from October 1 in Sylhet. It will end on October 15. ‘

Sri Lanka and Pakistan were scheduled to play ODI series in July-August. But at the request of the Lankan Cricket Board, Pakistan canceled the series. Basically this time the Lankans want to host their own franchise league LPL. That is why the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has requested them.

The Lanka-Pakistan ODI series is not part of the ICC Super League. So the two parties were able to cancel it effortlessly. These two Asian countries played the last white ball series in 2019. The Sri Lankans were invited to play the series in Seba Pakistan. The former world champions had a chance to play Babar Azam-Mohammad Rizwan at home this time, but the series was canceled.

Even if the ODIs are canceled, the two teams will play a two-match Test series. These two Tests are part of the ICC Test Championship. Samiul Hasan, media director of the PCB, said: That’s why they offered to cancel the ODI series. We have accepted that.



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