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St Kitts Warner Park to host T20 and third ODI in Bangladesh series
Published on March 25, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CUOPM) -- St Kitts’ Warner Park will host the only T20 and the third ODI, when Bangladesh visit the Caribbean later this year.

Following the New Zealand Series, the visiting Bangladeshis will play the first ODI, August 20, Grenada; second ODI, August 22, Grenada; third ODI, August 25; St Kitts; only T20, August 27, St Kitts; first Test, September 5-9, St Vincent and second Test, September 13-17, St Lucia.

The New Zealand tour of the Caribbean scheduled for June and July will consist of three Tests and two Twenty20 Internationals, the West Indies Cricket Board has confirmed.

Significantly, West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle has appeared in 99 Tests and his 100th Test appearance is expected to be in the Jamaica Test, provided he avoids injury. He averages 42.01, with 15 tons to his name.

Following the visit by the Black Caps, a Bangladesh tour will consist of two Tests, three ODIs and one Twenty20 International.

The West Indies opened the international season in the Caribbean for 2014 in when they played England in three ODIs and three Twenty20s in February and March. The hosts won the T20 Series 2-1 and the result was reversed for the ODI series.

New Zealand series

First Test, June 8-12, Jamaica second Test, June 16-20, Trinidad third Test, June 26-30, Guyana first T20, July 5, Dominica second T20, July 6, Dominica
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