Cricket Ireland and the England and Wales Cricket Board have reached agreement on the four-match men’s T20 International series between Ireland and Bangladesh being hosted at venues in England.

The four-match series, played between 22 and 29 May will follow a three-match one-day international series between the sides at Stormont.

The match details are:

Match 1: Friday 22 May - The Oval, London.
Match 2: Sunday 24 May - The County Ground, Chelmsford.
Match 3: Wednesday 27 May - The Bristol County Ground.
Match 4: Friday 29 May - Edgbaston, Birmingham.

Tickets will be on sale from 16 March with purchase directly from each venue.

Warren Deutrom, Chief Executive of Cricket Ireland, said:

“We greatly appreciate the support of the ECB and each of the venues involved in hosting this series. This will be a great set of fixtures being played in some of England’s finest and most atmospheric grounds.”

“Our thanks also to the Bangladesh Cricket Board for their agreement to support this initiative, and we look forward to a great series.”

Tom Harrison, Chief Executive Officer of the ECB, said:

“We are passionate about helping to protect and grow the game across the world and we are delighted to be able to support Cricket Ireland by hosting this series. We can’t wait to welcome both Ireland and Bangladesh as part of what promises to be an incredibly exciting summer of cricket."

“We saw at first hand the passion and joy both Irish and Bangladeshi fans brought to our venues last year and I’m sure both sets of supporters will enjoy some high quality cricket at all four grounds.”