Nazmul Hassan, the president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), said that he had signed Members' Participation Agreements (MPA) for four tours with the BCCI. This will also include Bangladesh's maiden Test tour of India in 2016.
Based on the defunct Future Tours Programme between 2012-2020, India were supposed to visit Bangladesh in June 2014 to play ODIs. They were scheduled to tour again in June 2015 to play Tests and ODIs. Bangladesh will come to India for the first time to play Tests in 2016 during to the gap between the World Twent20 Championship and the Champions League T20. India are in agreement that they will visit again in 2020 to play Tests and ODIs.
"We have signed with India that they will visit us in 2014," Hassan was quoted as saying by ESPNCricinfo.com.
"Our main objective was to play more Test matches, and tour the big nations. We have confirmed these so far, because every country has a very tight schedule."