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Coronavirus crisis: Bangladesh tour in June unlikely, says Tim Paine

one does not need to be 'Einstein' to figure out what will happen to Australia's tour to Bangladesh, says Aussies skipper Tim Paine

Virat Kohli looks to the umpire after he and opposing captain, Australia's Tim Paine came face to face after Kohli moved into Paine's path during play in the second cricket test between Australia and India in Perth | File Photo: AP/PTI
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Virat Kohli looks to the umpire after he and opposing captain, Australia's Tim Paine came face to face after Kohli moved into Paine's path during play in the second cricket test between Australia and India in Perth | File Photo: AP/PTI

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Australia cricket team Test captain Tim Paine on Tuesday confirmed that the side's tour of Bangladesh in June this year is unlikely to go ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The skipper said that one does not need to be 'Einstein' to figure out what will happen to Australia's tour to Bangladesh.
Australia was slated to play two Test matches against Bangladesh and the series was to be a part of the World Test Championship (WTC).
The first Test was to be played from June 11-15 in Chattogram, while the second would have been played at Dhaka from June 19-23.
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First Published: Mar 31 2020 | 10:59 AM IST

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