Canada is set to host its first Twenty20 Internationals next month when three Test playing nations come to Toronto for a four-nation tournament that will also involve the host nation.

Bangladesh, Pakistan and the West Indies will join Canada in the four day event to be held at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club from the 14th-17th of August.

The teams will play each other once in the pool stage, with two matches being held on each day. The final and a third place play-off will be held on the final day.

This will be the first time Test playing nations have come to Canada since 1999, when the West Indies came for two separate series against India and Pakistan.