Cricket South Africa confirms Bangladesh, New Zealand dates

2015-03-13 08:57

Cricket South Africa has confirmed the itinerary for their tour to Bangladesh in July and the visit of New Zealand the following month.

The Proteas will play two Tests, three one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches when they visit Bangladesh, starting with the shortest format on July 5. The first Test begins on July 20 in Chittagong, with the second in Dhaka from July 30.

New Zealand play two Twenty20 matches and three ODIs in South Africa, starting on August 14 in Durban and then Pretoria two days later. The first ODI will also be played in Pretoria on August 19, before moving to Potchefstroom on August 23 and Durban on August 26.

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