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Default Zimbabwe will but Bangladesh won't.

Zimbabwe to hold tri series in Zimbabwe,Ireland and Afghanistan,and play their a tri series in Ireland.
Zimbabwe will play UAE in UAE for 5 one dayers and 2t20's against Afghanistan.
Interesting.
Zimbabwe 1 Bangladesh 0.
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Great for them.....
We will unveil our plans later on. Currently we are planning our BPL
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Zimbabwe to hold tri series in Zimbabwe,Ireland and Afghanistan,and play their a tri series in Ireland.
Zimbabwe will play UAE in UAE for 5 one dayers and 2t20's against Afghanistan.
Interesting.
Zimbabwe 1 Bangladesh 0.
Why not zimbabwe 1 pakistan/srilanka/australia/india 0 and zimbabwe 1 bangladesh 0??
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Pakistan and Sri Lanka will play some games in Ireland,next Irish season,with the chance of Ireland touring Pakistan with talks ongoing.
Yes Australia could do its part,I am waiting for when we play PNG.
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How many tours of Ireland have the other test nations done? BD has definitely done it in the past.
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Zimbabwe are kinda forced to because no one else wants to play them. Anyways, good from Zimbabwe!

Would've liked to see Bangladesh play some matches against associates as well but right now our priority is top 5 so I can understand why the board would opt not to play against them.
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Guess the first test playing nation who hosted ireland for an ODI series. Been there done that. These ungrateful chicken dancers will come back and boast in public how much they deserve more than bangladesh to play test cricket after getting whitewashed both home and away.
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Bangkadesh is already 2-0 leading Zimbabwe
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Bangladesh is ranked a 9/10 nation that makes them 3rd of 4th brother,they should do more,especially as they want more games.
We play Ireland in September,we already sent our A side over,this will be our 3rd tour to Ireland.
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BANGLADESH don't simply have to. BD is on the up. It's target is top 5, times changed. Bd is not still in pre 2010era. BD already has hosted Ireland - Australia never will. BANGLADESH 1 - Australia 0 (?)

Simple fact is. BANGLADESH has better and higher targets than Zimbo who is forced to start playing associates more. BANGLADESH is in a different league now than Zimbos.

But I do think BD can play T20s with the likes of Ireland, Scotland, Afghan, Holland from the associates plus Zimbos. Yes, T20 only.
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Bangladesh is ranked a 9/10 nation that makes them 3rd of 4th brother,they should do more,especially as they want more games.
We play Ireland in September,we already sent our A side over,this will be our 3rd tour to Ireland.
Last time I checked our ranking, we were 7th
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If Bangladesh win a series against Zim 4-1 in 5 match ODI series, our total point will be decreased, because we are way ahead of Zim. Why risking against associates? Top 3/4 nations, can think of that because, their WC 2019 spot is secured.
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Bangladesh is ranked a 9/10 nation that makes them 3rd of 4th brother,they should do more,especially as they want more games.
We play Ireland in September,we already sent our A side over,this will be our 3rd tour to Ireland.
It's good that Aus is supporting Ireland, PNG .. Until This year we needed intensive care, even now we need support to develop further. Can we actually think like Australia can, to support upcoming nations? I don't think we are there yet.

In fact Bangladesh needs the support to be continued for us, from all the top sides, until we are sure to sustain the development that we have seen. We need a formidable domestic setup, we need support. We need more A team, U19 and academies etc teams exchanging visits.

So theer can be no comparison on this area with Aus. As far as Zimbabwe is concerned, I don't think they are playing Ireland and Arfghanistan to support them. They badly need to come up within top 10 in ODI and if I'm not wrong, they are currently bellow 10 in ODI ranking. We played Zimbabwe a lot to show the world that we need a better team to play, I'm sure they have to do the same. Beating IRE repeatedly at home and away, will give that msg ..

While we definitely can play Ireland, Scotland and Afghanistan kind of teams .. But I don't think it's the right time for us to go down that route. We need to give this some time playing the top teams and tournaments like CT, T20WC etc over a next 1/2 years to basically make sure that they are able to hold on to the performances that we are doing. I'm sure we will be playing many of the associates in the process. Our current aim is to make a definitive mark in the multinational tournaments. No, a QF in WC isn't enough ... Need to do more than that. Already people are dissing us on home performances, we need to do equally good away ...

After that probably we will be in a position to help the associates like Ausies do, I.e. Playing a series with them to give them some much needed practice to develop their game. I don't think that's at all a priority at this point of our cricket.
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BPL? when
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We have played a lot against Zimbabwe and associates. It's time other test nations do it too.
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When's this scheduled for brockley? Zim has a pretty hectic home season (for once!) - India/NZ/WI/Pak. Not sure how Ire/Afg can fit in there too.

ZC need to work harder on securing more away tours.

Does anyone here know when Zimbabwe's next scheduled Test tour of Bangladesh is?
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When's this scheduled for brockley? Zim has a pretty hectic home season (for once!) - India/NZ/WI/Pak. Not sure how Ire/Afg can fit in there too.

ZC need to work harder on securing more away tours.

Does anyone here know when Zimbabwe's next scheduled Test tour of Bangladesh is?
Zimbabwe is coming to Bangladesh on January 2016 to play 3 tests, 5 ODIs, and 3 T20Is.
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Zimbabwe to hold tri series in Zimbabwe,Ireland and Afghanistan,and play their a tri series in Ireland.
Zimbabwe will play UAE in UAE for 5 one dayers and 2t20's against Afghanistan.
Interesting.
Zimbabwe 1 Bangladesh 0.
If Bangladesh were to play, just hand us the Trophy, and everyone can go home early. No need to even have a series. With Zim, no one knows who will win any of those series...could be AFG, IRE, or even ZIM.

Turning that Indian sounding arrogance off. BCB are searching for more fixtures against other F9 sides. We are 7th now, and just 2 points behind England we could be 6th by the end of the summer. We will definitely be 6th once the ICC wipes off 2014 come May 1. Heck we may even be 5th, given how hot our recent form is and how terrible 2014 was.

Only a powerhouse side can beat us in home ODIs and we've already beaten 2 of them.

With Taskin and Mustafizur...only a matter of time till our Test side is ranked 6th-7th as well.
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Bangladesh is ranked a 9/10 nation that makes them 3rd of 4th brother,they should do more,especially as they want more games.
We play Ireland in September,we already sent our A side over,this will be our 3rd tour to Ireland.
Bangladesh wants more games but with Australia, South Africa, England and New Zealand. The only reason Bangladesh is ranked 9 is because Bangladesh do not get enough games with higher ranked teams. Look at the number of games in the ranking assessment that Bangladesh have played compared to others in the same ranking.

Ireland = biggest sissy. Ireland can only be a wannabe Bangladesh in a parallel universe for cricket. Despite having the english county support for longer than Bangladesh played cricket they are only knocking at the ICC torphy level. Instead of winning games and winning fan support all I see them is complaining in the media how they might miss out in the next world cup despite performing in the past. They seemed to be hung up on the past to captilaize on what they did ( in th past) rather than what they can do. Bangladesh on the other hand after every failure have come out stornger on the next. Also fan support is weak for Ireland which is probably why they are below the threshold. No matter how many more games you give them this is a factor that cannot be fixed with more chances to play. Best route for Irish cricket players is probably play in the county until they figure out how to become a Bangladesh.

Australia = Alike India and England have recently picked up some bad habits of playing percentage cricket than breeding talent. Bangladesh now is more exciting to watch than England and Australia. All this politics over the years have hurt Bangladesh cricket with players suffering from low self esteem. It's changing now
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As people have already pointed out, BCB has been more supportive of Irl and other associate teams more than any other boards. More than anyone else had been for us. And they were proper series too. It wasn't one of those, "We need more games." Or "we need the 'minnows' to come over because no one else will" or "we need a ranking boost" kind of selfish series. Not to mention BCB was more than happy to pay for away tours as well. Even the broke *** BPL made it mandatory to draft associate players. But just like this thread, it goes unnoticed. Bangladesh cricket hasn't gotten the props or respect it deserves from the Associates, status wise or for being supportive (and that's ok too, weren't doing it for the credit). But that's partly our fault for not being more authoritative.

That's not to say we've already done our part. I think BCB would be more than happy to do more with little it has to offer, because BD more than anyone else understands what's it like to be the leftovers and afterthoughts. But I think our focus should be more on the Asian teams rather than the Brit/Euro teams. That should be Eng job, starting with not stealing their players.

So I don't get why it says, "Bangladesh won't" as if, those are the official words out of BCB? I honestly thought I was going to disappointedly read an article in here that said, "Bangladesh won't play Associate"
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If Bangladesh were to play, just hand us the Trophy, and everyone can go home early. No need to even have a series. With Zim, no one knows who will win any of those series...could be AFG, IRE, or even ZIM.

Turning that Indian sounding arrogance off. BCB are searching for more fixtures against other F9 sides. We are 7th now, and just 2 points behind England we could be 6th by the end of the summer. We will definitely be 6th once the ICC wipes off 2014 come May 1. Heck we may even be 5th, given how hot our recent form is and how terrible 2014 was.

Only a powerhouse side can beat us in home ODIs and we've already beaten 2 of them.

With Taskin and Mustafizur...only a matter of time till our Test side is ranked 6th-7th as well.
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As people have already pointed out, BCB has been more supportive of Irl and other associate teams more than any other boards. More than anyone else had been for us. And they were proper series too. It wasn't one of those, "We need more games." Or "we need the 'minnows' to come over because no one else will" or "we need a ranking boost" kind of selfish series. Not to mention BCB was more than happy to pay for away tours as well. Even the broke *** BPL made it mandatory to draft associate players. But just like this thread, it goes unnoticed. Bangladesh cricket hasn't gotten the props or respect it deserves from the Associates, status wise or for being supportive (and that's ok too, weren't doing it for the credit). But that's partly our fault for not being more authoritative.

That's not to say we've already done our part. I think BCB would be more than happy to do more with little it has to offer, because BD more than anyone else understands what's it like to be the leftovers and afterthoughts. But I think our focus should be more on the Asian teams rather than the Brit/Euro teams. That should be Eng job, starting with not stealing their players.
Great post Dilsccop. Bangladesh shoud be role model for other associates in "how to climb the cricket's elite ranks". They have done it better than Zimababwe and most likely Sri Lanka as well.

and role model for the full members on "how to genuinely help the associates". Bangladesh have played full ODI series with IReland and also matches on some sub-par venues with the Dutch and the Scotts without complaning. Zimbabwe is a regular guest - everyone knows that.
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wait are you comparing ZImbabwe and Bangladesh? Can we look at Zimbabwe once again - Zimbabwe are ranked 11th in ODIs, 14th in T20s if not lower and 10th in the test rankings. BD is 7th, 10th, and 9th in the same situation. The point is, Zimbabwe have not really done anything significant apart from a few wins here and there, didn't win a single match when they toured us last time and that was during our worst period of recent time.

If BD has done anything for associates, we have toured Kenya in the past, Ireland in 2012 and don't we have a rule for associates player in BPL sides? The point is, we do our part. And we are just a developing team as of yet. Give us a few more years, i think BCB will be doing their level best to help out other nations.

Pakistan help afghans, India - Nepal and the other Asian sides aren't worth noting.
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Zimbabwe beats NZ, congratulations to them. It seems they are coming back. When is Bangladesh touring Zimbabwe next?
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Zimbabwe beats NZ, congratulations to them. It seems they are coming back. When is Bangladesh touring Zimbabwe next?
Not for a few years
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