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November 18, 2008
Sri Lanka will play two Tests against Bangladesh in December followed by a triangular ODI tournament also involving Zimbabwe, who will then play the hosts in a separate three-match one-day series.
Sri Lanka arrive in Dhaka on December 19 and the first Test starts on Boxing Day. The venue for the second Test, starting on January 3, is still to be confirmed between Bogra and Chittagong due to domestic matches taking place.
The triangular tournament begins on January 10 with the final seven days later in Dhaka. Zimbabwe then remain in the country for three further ODIs beginning on January 19.
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