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Old June 30, 2011, 03:26 PM
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Default All tours scheduled in the FTP for Bangladesh.

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Tours Home : National Team : Domestic Competitions : A Team : Age Group : FTP

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August 2011 - Zimbabwe, away. 1 test, 5 ODI's.
October 2011 - West Indies, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.
December 2011 - Pakistan, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.
March 2012 - Sri Lanka, home. 5 ODI's (additional).
April 2012 - Pakistan, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's (moved from Aug 2010).
August 2012 - Zimbabwe, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 2 T20's.

------------ICC world Cup T20 (Sri Lanka)---------------

November 2012 - West Indies, home. 2 tests, 5 ODI's, 2 T20's.
March 2013 - Sri Lanka, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.

----------Test play-off (England)------------

October 2013 - New Zealand, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 2 T20's.
February 2014 - Sri Lanka. 2 tests. Sri Lanka and Pakistan tri-series.


---------ICC World Cup T20 (Bangladesh)------------------

May 2014 - India, home. 3 ODI's.
July 2014 - West Indies, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
October 2014 - Tri series (SL + ZIm), 2 tests with Zimbabwe.
Janruary 2015 - Pakistan, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.


--------ICC World Cup (Australia & New Zealand)-----------------

June 2015 - India, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.
July 2015 - South Africa, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
October 2015 - Australia, home. 2 tests.
January 2016 - Zimbabwe, home. 2 tests, 7 ODI's, 1 T20.


---------- ICC World Cup T20 (India)------------------------

October 2016 - England, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.
December 2016 - New Zealand, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
February 2017 - Pakistan, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.


----------Test Play-off (England)-----------------------------

October 2017 - South Africa, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
January 2018 - Sri Lanka, home. 3 ODI's.
March 2018 - West Indies, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
July 2018 - Australia, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.
December 2018 - West Indies, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
January 2019 - Zimbabwe, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.
March 2019 - Pakistan, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.


-------------ICC World Cup (England)----------------------------

October 2019 - New Zealand, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
Febuary 2020 - Sri Lanka, home. 2 tests, 3 ODI's, 1 T20.
March 2020 - Zimbabwe, away. 2 tests, 3 ODI's.

Number of tests from 2012 (June)onwards = 42 (5.25 tests a year).
Number of ODI's from 2012 (June) onwards = 86 (excluding World cups + other Tournaments).
Number of T20's from 2012 (June) onwards = 11 (excluding T20 world cup).

http://static.espncricinfo.com/db/DO..._2011_2020.pdf

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Old June 30, 2011, 03:33 PM
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2013 and 2017 is completely dry. Disgusting schedule...
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Old June 30, 2011, 03:49 PM
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It's during the middle years we will get a fair amount of cricket... I mean, 7 ODI's in one series?
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Old June 30, 2011, 04:39 PM
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will bangladesh play in test play off in england ? and if play how many match bangladesh might play ?
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Old June 30, 2011, 04:45 PM
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will bangladesh play in test play off in england ? and if play how many match bangladesh might play ?
All test playing nations will play, and it will be like a tournament, so the better you do, the more you play.
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Old June 30, 2011, 04:49 PM
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there will be a full series at home next February against the Kiwis which was supposed to take place this year. So Another 2 tests, 3 ODIs..... unless its already added
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Old June 30, 2011, 05:26 PM
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there will be a full series at home next February against the Kiwis which was supposed to take place this year. So Another 2 tests, 3 ODIs..... unless its already added
That was a part of the 2006-2012 schedule (it's june when the 2012-2020 one begins)
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Old June 30, 2011, 05:32 PM
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That was a part of the 2006-2012 schedule (it's june when the 2012-2020 one begins)
yea i know but i am just saying, so they have another series coming up.... so they will actually play 44 tests (planned) and 91 ODIs (planned) excluding tournaments
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Old June 30, 2011, 05:37 PM
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yea i know but i am just saying, so they have another series coming up.... so they will actually play 44 tests (planned) and 91 ODIs (planned) excluding tournaments
As the test is in February, it does not count towards the tally of tests in the FTP 2012-2020.
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Old June 30, 2011, 05:45 PM
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All test playing nations will play, and it will be like a tournament, so the better you do, the more you play.
no way...only top 4 teams will play in that tournament.

a lot of series we have are just ODI series and no tests. pathetic. BCB needs to make half of our test series to 3 tests. don't really care for more ODIs, but the more the merrier. but we must play more tests. no excuses.

good thing is, we will be peaking a few years time, and the FTP can always be altered (last NZ series altered last minute).
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Old June 30, 2011, 06:01 PM
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Old June 30, 2011, 06:02 PM
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no way...only top 4 teams will play in that tournament.

a lot of series we have are just ODI series and no tests. pathetic. BCB needs to make half of our test series to 3 tests. don't really care for more ODIs, but the more the merrier. but we must play more tests. no excuses.

good thing is, we will be peaking a few years time, and the FTP can always be altered (last NZ series altered last minute).
I hope that teams like NZ and West Indies will play more against us.
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Old June 30, 2011, 06:47 PM
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I hope that teams like NZ and West Indies will play more against us.
Also remember Indian calender is filled with Aus, Eng tests but there are few open spots for Pak tours (5 tours of which only one is mentioned in the FTP). 10 yrs of Ind-Pak peace is impossible Last time we had so many tests with SL because of this. If BD can defeat NZ and WI, I think Ind will invite them for a couple of series Hopefully BD will play some good cricket the next two three years
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Old June 30, 2011, 06:51 PM
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Also remember Indian calender is filled with Aus, Eng tests but there are few open spots for Pak tours (5 tours of which only one is mentioned in the FTP). 10 yrs of Ind-Pak peace is impossible Last time we had so many tests with SL because of this. If BD can defeat NZ and WI, I think Ind will invite them for a couple of series Hopefully BD will play some good cricket the next two three years
The FTP doesn't always go to plan. Say Ireland get their test status approved, they have to start twisting and changing. If BD get a few good performances under their belts (not personal, but team wise, test wins and what not) then India will feel they are obliged.
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Thats a sad schedule. Looks like we have to wait two three months between watching our guys play. I hope we can fill those gaps by playing against Ireland, Netherlands on their conditions.
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Old June 30, 2011, 09:38 PM
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The FTP doesn't always go to plan. Say Ireland get their test status approved, they have to start twisting and changing. If BD get a few good performances under their belts (not personal, but team wise, test wins and what not) then India will feel they are obliged.
With two test nations doing badly and a third one getting horrible I doubt we are going to see another test nation anytime soon.
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whats the meaning of playing 7 odis vs zim?
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whats the meaning of playing 7 odis vs zim?
has there been any 7-0 whitewash ever ......

bangladesh will beat zim 7-0 .....
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has there been any 7-0 whitewash ever ......

bangladesh will beat zim 7-0 .....
i highly doubt that..5-2 is more realistic
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Old July 1, 2011, 05:06 AM
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This took me a long time to type up.... But hey, you used the word wonderful, how can I decline? Go ahead bro.
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Old July 1, 2011, 05:06 AM
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has there been any 7-0 whitewash ever ......

bangladesh will beat zim 7-0 .....
6-1, like Australia Vs. England.
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Old July 1, 2011, 08:39 AM
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lol, I saw this on the Tornado Tamim page. I think it was night wolf bro.
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Thats a sad schedule. Looks like we have to wait two three months between watching our guys play. I hope we can fill those gaps by playing against Ireland, Netherlands on their conditions.
Nop they will fill those gaps with domestic crickets. Remember domestic cricket mostly happens when our so called 'super ishtars' are free.
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^^^ that's why we don't have strong domestic system.

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