The Indian women's cricket team will be in action for the first time since the loss in the semifinals of the ICC Women's World Cup in Cape Town on February 23 against Australia. They will travel to Bangladesh in June for an ODI and T20 series.
"The tour will comprise three ODIs, followed by as many T20Is. The side is currently undergoing a pre-tour high-performance camp at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore," a source told TOI.
BCCI is still in the process to find a new head coach for the Indian women's team. Former India allrounder Hrishikesh Kanitkar is likely to be in charge of the side for the Bangladesh tour. The schedule for the Bangladesh tour is not announced yet. Around the same time in mid-June, an India 'A' women's team will participate in a Women's Asia Cup for emerging teams in Hong Kong.