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Bangladesh will host Afghanistan for three-match ODI and two T20I matches in February-March next year.
Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) released the FTP and according to it, the ODIs will be part of the ICC Super League, which counts towards the qualification for the 2023 World Cup.
The Super League is a 13-team tournament, which will happen over a period of two years and eventually determine the teams that qualify for the 2023 ODI World Cup.
Afghanistan will travel to India to play a three-match ODI series before the Indian Premier League (IPL) in March.
After the Taliban takeover, Afghanistan cricket has been severely hit with several tournaments getting called off. However, in January next year, the team is scheduled to host The Netherlands in Qatar for a three-match ODI series.
Afghanistan are set to play 37 ODIs and 12 T20Is in the two-year cycle. Apart from this, they will also take part in 3 Test matches as well.
“We are pleased to announce our FTP schedule for 2022-23. This includes a total of 37 ODIs, 12 T20Is & 3 Tests in the period. Moreover, the national team will be taking part in various ICC & ACC events in two years,” tweeted the official handle of Afghanistan Cricket.
Afghanistan Full Schedule - 2022 and 2023
Jan 2022 - The Netherlands - 3 ODIs - Home
Jan-Feb 2022 - Zimbabwe - 3 ODIs & 5 T20Is - Away
Feb-Mar 2022 - Bangladesh - 3 ODIs & 2 T20Is - Away
March 2022 - India - 3 ODIs - Away
May-June 2022 - Australia - 3 T20Is - Home
July-Aug 2022 - Ireland - 5 ODIs & 1 Test - Away
Aug-Sep 2022 - Asia Cup - TBC - Away
Oct-Nov 2022 - T20 World Cup - TBC - Away
Nov-Dec 2022 - Zimbabwe - 5 ODIs, 2 T20Is & 2 Tests - Away
Jan 2023 - Sri Lanka - 3 ODIs - Away
Feb-Mar 2023* - Pakistan - 3 ODIs - Home
Mar-April 2023 - Australia - 3 ODIs - Home
July-Aug 2023 - Asia Cup - TBC - Away
Sep 2023* - West Indies - 3 ODIs - Home
Sep 2023* - New Zealand - 3 ODIs - Home
Oct-Nov 2023 - World Cup - TBC - Away
*Final dates are yet to be confirmed