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The Australia cricket team are touring Bangladesh in August 2021 to play five Twenty20 International (T20I) matches.The matches will be used as preparation ahead of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Cricket Australia were planning for the series to take place following their tour of the West Indies. It will be the first bilateral T20I series between the two teams, and Australia’s first tour of Bangladesh since 2017.
Bangladesh won the first T20I match by 23 runs, recording their first ever win in the format against Australia in five attempts
Although initially Australia were scheduled to play three T20I matches in October 2021, in April 2021, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) asked Cricket Australia to play five T20Is instead of three.In May 2021, both cricket boards agreed to play five T20Is in August 2021, following Australia’s tour of the West Indies.
To avoid any sort of security or health risks, Cricket Australia requested three conditions of the BCB. Firstly they wanted the Australian players and staff to be taken to the team hotel from the Shahjalal International Airport immediately upon arrival, and secondly they wanted only the Australian players, including the individuals concerned to bio-secure bubble, to remain at the hotel.The BCB also wanted to organise the T20I matches in two venues, Mirpur and Chattagram to prevent the pitch from being hampered. However, Cricket Australia have requested that only one venue should be used for the entire series. The BCB later complied with the request, with all five matches scheduled to be played at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka.On 22 July 2021, the dates for the matches were confirmed The series was not shown live in Australia due to a lack of a deal with broadcasters.It was the first time since the team’s tour of Pakistan in 1994 that an overseas tour was not shown on Australian television.
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