Bangladesh will play their 100th Test against Sri Lanka
Bangladesh are set to become the last full member to complete a century of Tests when they take on Sri Lanka on March 15 in Colombo. Bangladesh made their Test debut in November 2000 and have taken just over 16 years to get to the mark.
Bangladesh will begin their series of Sri Lanka, which will be their first bilateral tour since 2013 with a two-day practice game and then will play two Tests, three ODIs and two T20Is.
The Tests will take place at Galle on March 7 and the visitors' 100th Test will be at the P Sara Oval. The limited-overs leg begins with a warm-up game on March before three ODIs, two of which will be played in Dambulla and the third in SSC Colombo, its first ODI since 2011 and ends with two T20Is that will take place in Khettarama.