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Old August 7, 2008, 10:51 AM
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Default Bangladesh's Tour of Australia 2008: Final Itinerary

Bangladesh's Tour of Australia 2008: Final Itinerary

The Bangladesh Cricket Team will tour Australia from 14 August to 06 September 2008. Following is the complete itinerary. Please note that all timings have been converted to Bangladesh Standard Time (BST):


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Schedule
Venue & Time
14 Aug. 08
Bangladesh Team's departure from Dhaka

15 Aug. 08
Bangladesh Team's arrival in Darwin

18 Aug. 08
Practice Match: Bangladesh v Australian Institute of Sports
Gardens Oval/6:30am Start
20 Aug. 08
Practice Match: Bangladesh v Australian Institute of Sports
Gardens Oval/6:30am Start
23 Aug. 08
Practice Match: Bangladesh v Australian Institute of Sports
Gardens Oval/6:30am Start
25 Aug. 08
Practice Match: Bangladesh v Australian Institute of Sports
Gardens Oval/6:30am Start
27 Aug. 08
Tour Match: Bangladesh v Northern Territory Chief Minister's XI
Gardens Oval/6:30am Start
30 Aug. 08
1st ODI: Bangladesh v Australia
TIO Stadium/6:00am Start
03 Sept. 08
2nd ODI: Bangladesh v Australia
TIO Stadium/6:00am Start
06 Sept. 08
3rd ODI: Bangladesh v Australia
TIO Stadium/6:00am Start
07 Sept. 08
Bangladesh Team's departure from Darwin





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Old August 7, 2008, 10:53 AM
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5 one day practice match and no 4 day match.

I thought arrangements have been made for couple of 4 day matches!!
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Old August 7, 2008, 10:59 AM
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OK this is OK.

i hope the BCB arranges 2-3 FC practice matches for our 2009 tour.
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Old August 7, 2008, 11:28 AM
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Four-dayers would be nice, but ODI te maan shomman bachano is more important. 5 is a good number - the captain won't have an excuse if they bat us out in 6 overs in the real games.

It's as if we're playing a series against the AIS as well. But 6:30 am starts?
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Old August 7, 2008, 11:43 AM
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Nice one ATMR.
We are having two series in one tour. wow!! ek dhiley tui pakhi. One with AIS (4 game series), one with Australia (3 game series). Winning one game in each series would make me very happy.
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Old August 7, 2008, 12:40 PM
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Our real series is with AIS. Thats our make or break ( shomman er proshno) series.
We all know whats going to happen against the Aussies.

ATMR, 6.30am is BD time, in case u hv just missed it in Miraz bhai's post.
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Why only 3 ODIS but 5 practice matches? Maybe to avoid embarrassment from the aussies
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Nice one ATMR.
We are having two series in one tour. wow!! ek dhiley tui pakhi. One with AIS (4 game series), one with Australia (3 game series). Winning one game in each series would make me very happy.
Shouldn't we win the series against AIS?!
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Why only 3 ODIS but 5 practice matches?
অস্ট্রেলিয়া সিরিজ হারানোর ঝুকি নেয়নি...
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AIS are facing Australia on the 28th ... CA wouldn't feed their young upcoming players to big boys would they? AIS are probably an established team. I would have like d for us to face off against Tasmania, Queensland, NSW etc. you'd figure you would figure to get something with the Siddons connection and all
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i'm sure the AIS series will be good enough. our boys can lose to anyone just as they could beat anyone.

it is really a 2 series tour...not bad at all...

we need our 4 day matches before our Test tour next year.
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i'm sure the AIS series will be good enough. our boys can lose to anyone just as they could beat anyone.

it is really a 2 series tour...not bad at all...

we need our 4 day matches before our Test tour next year.

nobody ever ever says that in a match thread, we always expect victory and more than 80% of time we face defeat!
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Shouldn't we win the series against AIS?!
I am willing to sacrifice all AIS games if we win one against Australia.

By the way, why all tournaments are not held in Australia? That needs to be the norm. Perfect timing for us in USA, canada. Thik kaj sheshey aisha khawa niya TV'er shamney boisha poro.
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I am willing to sacrifice all AIS games if we win one against Australia.

By the way, why all tournaments are not held in Australia? That needs to be the norm. Perfect timing for us in USA, canada. Thik kaj sheshey aisha khawa niya TV'er shamney boisha poro.
D/N Games in Aus mess up the sleeping patterns, but regular starts and tests are perfect

West Indies Tours are the best timing wise, Unless you have work or school, Games in England and Africa are not that Bad 6 Am are the only set backs, NZ tours are the Same Aus.

It's the tours in Subcontinent the eff up sleeping patterns
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Bangladesh tour of Australian Inst. of Sports I see......

I hope AIS sent their best players in Olympics to participate in some events and we can thrash the left over squad....
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AIS are no pushovers, they'll be a Stern Test for Us ... that Indian Team look pretty loaded .. I'll go a Step further there better than us.

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/aust...es/348233.html
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why did they schedule the NT match right before the ODI series? are they expecting a definite win so they put it there to make sure the boys would go in with confidence and winning momentum? imo not such a good move, NT quality is so low that it will be a shock when they play the first ODI. would be much better if that match was at the start of the tour, that way BD would get some good matches against decent bowlers/batsmen (AIS). jumping from NT bowlers/batsmen to aussie national bowlers/batsmen=not a good idea. also if aussie selectors are looking to give some young players a bit of a trial and experience then they'll do it in this series.
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D/N Games in Aus mess up the sleeping patterns, but regular starts and tests are perfect

West Indies Tours are the best timing wise, Unless you have work or school, Games in England and Africa are not that Bad 6 Am are the only set backs, NZ tours are the Same Aus.

It's the tours in Subcontinent the eff up sleeping patterns
subcontinent tours are the funnest ones though...i love staying up all night on an eid night.
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asha kori at least ekdin mishti khabo!
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yesssssss....first match on friday night
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2 Fridays Matches and 1 Tuesday Match all @ 4PM EST all matches should be held in Australia
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A series draw with AIS and good fighting matches against Australia will keep me more than happy with this tour. This is a tour where we have nothing to loose than everything to gain.
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yesssssss....first match on friday night
on a labor day weekend too(in USA)
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So what time do the matches start in U.S. Eastern time?
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