IRE v BAN | Ireland vs Bangladesh T20 Series in England Mar 2020, Schedule, Live streaming Guide. Ireland vs Bangladesh T20I Series has been scheduled by Cricket Ireland and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). They have signed an agreement on the four-match men’s T20 International series between Ireland and Bangladesh being hosted at venues in England in last week of March 2020. #IREVBAN #BANvIRE #Tigers #ECB #IREvsBAN #BANvsIRE
IRE v BAN | Ireland vs Bangladesh T20 Series in England Schedule
The series, to be played between 22 and 29 May 2020, is part of the ICC Future Tours Programme and will follow a three-match one-day international series between the two sides in Belfast. News Courtesy : CricketIreland
IRE vs BAN T20I series Schedule
- IRE v BAN 1st T20I | On Friday 22 May 2020 at Kia Oval (start time 6.30pm, GMT)
- IRE v BAN 2nd T20I | on Sunday 24 May 2020 at The Cloudfm County Ground, Chelmsford (start time 2.00pm, GMT)
- IRE vs BAN 3rd T20I | on Wednesday 27 May 2020 at The Bristol County Ground (start time 6.30pm, GMT)
- IRE vs BAN 4th T20I | on Friday 29 May 2020 at Edgbaston Stadium (start time 7.00pm, GMT)
IRE v BAN | Ireland vs Bangladesh T20 Series LIVE STREAMING
Still we have not found any announcement regarding IRE v BAN T20 Series Live Streaming on any LIVE Telecast and broadcast TV Channels. But we are sure that these matches will be live stream on either YouTube or Live Cricket Tv Channels worldwide. Last series of Ireland vs Afghanistan was live stream on YouTube by an official YouTube Channel.
IRE v BAN | Ireland vs Bangladesh T20 Series in England Tickets
Tickets will go on general sale from 16 March 2020 with fans able to purchase directly from each venue. Prices will vary slightly between venue, with early bird ticket offers available, and special offers for Cricket Ireland members and respective members of each County host. Pricing will be highly affordable for under-16s with prices ranging between £1-£5. Group booking discounts will also be available at several venues.
With the loss of Clontarf as a home venue, Cricket Ireland has just 12 pitches available across the three remaining international grounds that need to cater for 15 matches. As a result, the Board required alternative solutions to be developed to ensure Ireland could fulfil our Future Tour Programme hosting obligations, and additionally accommodate a window to host the Euro T20 Slam in Dublin, should that proceed. Also key to the Board’s deliberations was the prioritisation of keeping the inaugural World Cup Super League matches in Ireland.