Similar situation is likely to happen during India vs Bangladesh ODIs as first match is scheduled to be played on June 18 in Mirpur at Shere Bangla Stadium.

According to latest weather reports, Bangladesh capital has been receiving heavy rain and Met Department forecast is painting a gloomy picture for next three days as well. India is scheduled to play three ODIs against Bangladesh on June 18, 21 and 24.

It's peak monsoon season in Bangladesh and the possibility of washout in ODIs is quite high. This was the first time in Bangladesh's history that a Test match was played in the month of June.

All the India vs Bangladesh ODIs have reserve days. But possibility of rain playing spoilsport is quite high and we might see shortened games.

According to a cricket website, out of 50 Test matches in Bangladesh, not a single game had been played in the months of June, July, August and September as it's the peak monsoon season in this part of the world.

The seven Test matches that India have played so far have been held in November (2000), December (2004-05), May (2007) and January (2010) when the possibility of heavy rain is very less.

That monsoon might affect the series was predicted by Bangladesh's ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza during a press conference.

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