Colombo: Sri Lanka will tour Bangladesh for a short three-match ODI series beginning 23 May, the country's cricket board announced on Wednesday.
The team, which departs for Dhaka on 16 May, will play an intra-squad practice game on 21 May after a short quarantine.
The ODIs — all day/night games — will be played at the Sher-e-Bangladesh National Cricket Stadium at Mirpur on 23, 25 and 28 May, according to a release from Sri Lanka Cricket.
Sri Lanka will be the second foreign team to tour Bangladesh amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
West Indies had toured Bangladesh in January-February for a two-Test and three-match ODI series in Dhaka and Chattogram.
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