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India Women’s team will tour Bangladesh in first week of July

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India Women are all set to tour Bangladesh for a limited-overs series starting in the first week of July.

Earlier, this series was scheduled to be played in the last week of June as per the Women’s FTP released by the ICC.

Furthermore, this series will include 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is and will start from Mirpur.

On the other hand, this series will also coincide with the men’s tour of Afghanistan and Bangladesh as well.

The ODI series between India Women and Bangladesh Women will be a part of the 2022-25 ICC Women’s ODI Championship cycle.

Firstly, Afghanistan and Bangladesh men will be playing a Test from June 14-18. After that, Afghanistan will travel to India for a short white-ball series as Bangladesh will take a break for Eid-Al-Adha.

After that, Afghanistan will come back to Bangladesh to play the limited-overs series starting on the 5th of July.

Therefore, the timings of the women’s matches have not been decided by BCB as of now.

Moreover, this is the first international series of 2023 for the Women in Blue after their T20 World Cup semifinal defeat against Australia in February this year.

Thus, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side will look to make the most of this series as there will be a big gap between series for them.

India A Women’s Team to tour Hong Kong for Women’s Emerging Teams Asia Cup

On the other hand, India A Women’s team is scheduled to go to Hong Kong to participate in the Women’s Emerging Asia Cup.

Meanwhile, many of the senior India Women’s cricketers are undergoing a high-performance camp at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.

The Women’s Emerging Asia Cup will start prior to the Bangladesh tour on the 12th of June. India A is in group A along with Pakistan A, Thailand A, and Hong Kong A.

Furthermore, Bangladesh A, Sri Lanka A, UAE, and Malaysia are placed in Group B of this tournament.

Also, the top two teams from each group will advance to the semifinals. Therefore, the BCCI will announce the India A women’s squad in a few days’ time.

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