England tour of Bangladesh moved to Mar 2023 The Bangladesh tour to the UK, which was originally scheduled for September and October this year, was shifted to March 2023.
According to the ECB, the England and Wales Cricket Commission (ECB) and the Bangladesh Cricket Commission have taken a “mutual” decision.
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England tour of Bangladesh moved to Mar 2023 The rescheduling of the Bangladesh tour means England will have just two warm-up matches before the start of the T20 World Cup in October. Both will face Pakistan on October 1 and October 15.
Before that, England will play five Tests against India, start their first encounter at Trent Bridge on Wednesday and perform live at Sky Sports.
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Both England and Bangladesh face a packed calendar, and the need for the team to stay in a confined bubble or controlled environment due to covid has only increased the pressure on international tours.
However, there are secondary effects for the Indian Premier League. The lucrative T20 tournament was canceled earlier this year and will resume in the UAE in September.
The English players could not compete in the tournament due to the tour of Bangladesh, but now they are more likely to open the gap and appear in the franchise.
The ECB will start discussions with its Indian opponents on availability, but the IPL play-offs and finals are still out of bounds due to a planned clash with England’s T20 series in Pakistan.
Stokes Roots: I want my friends to be well
England captain Joe Root has admitted that the testers are not exactly one without Ben Stokes, but are more interested in his well-being as a friend than in winning a match.
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England Test captain Joe Root says Ben Stokes has prioritized himself and his health after the all-rounder decided to take an indefinite break from cricket to prioritize his fitness.
Stokes took an indefinite break from the game to prioritize mental health and recover from a finger injury.
The absence of his star all-rounder and vice-captain has severely weakened Root’s hand as his goal is to get things back on track after losing each of England’s last two Test series. But for now, that’s not a priority.
“From my point of view, I just want my friends to be good,” Root said.
“I had a conversation with Ben, and that’s when I found it. The phone was between the two of us, but it was hard for me to see such a friend.
“Cricket has to be a secondary concept, a lot farther away, and he has to spend as much time as he needs.
“I have the full support of him. I am sure that the ECB has the full support of him. And yes, he has the support of the whole team.