Bangladesh Vs West Indies Considering Hosting in September. BCB president Nazmul Hassan has said that the board is in converses with the WICB to host West Indies in September. He, be that as it may, did not determine the configuration of the proposed challenge.
In the event that West Indies’ visit emerges, it would fill a generous void in Bangladesh’s date-book in 2016. Bangladesh haven’t played worldwide cricket following their misfortune to New Zealand at the World T20 in India in March. There was a probability of their single Test in India being held in August or September, yet since the BCCI reported New Zealand will visit India in September-October, Bangladesh’s next task will be England at home in October, unless the West Indies arrangement gets approval.
Hassan said Bangladesh are liable to visit India in February, not long after they finish their voyage through New Zealand and before Australia start their four-match Test arrangement in India.
“We should go [to India] in August but since they have different responsibilities they inquired as to whether we are free in January,” Hassan said. “In any case, we have a visit to New Zealand around then. It would appear that the main week of February, however despite everything we haven’t got a particular date [for the erratic Test].
“We have the England arrangement in October and the Bangladesh Premier League in November. At that point we go to New Zealand. After the Super League closes this month, there isn’t much time left for the players. We are as of now speaking with West Indies however nothing has been affirmed yet. They have demonstrated intrigue yet we have to discover a period when both sides are free.”