The tri-series kick-starts on September 13 with a game between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) suspended Zimbabwe in July over a failure to keep the sport free from government interference, putting the country's participation in multi-nation events in doubt.
Zimbabwe cricketers expressed their disappointment over ICC's decision to suspend Zimbabwe for the interference of government in its administration.
The suspension will see the ICC's funding to Zimbabwe Cricket frozen and representatives from the team not allowed to participate in any ICC events.
An interim committee to run cricket has been announced and will have David Ellman-Brown, Ahmed Ibrahim, Charlie Robertson, Cyprian Mandenge as its members.
Team India are scheduled to play 5 Tests, 9 ODIs, and 12 T20Is in 2019-20 home season.
Henry Olonga, a handy medium-pacer in his playing days, is also a singer of great promise.
Enock Ikope was banned by the Tribunal for 5 years in respect of each breach.
Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor fought valiantly with his second century of the Test but Bangladesh won the final match by 218 runs.
Bangladesh reduced Zimbabwe to 76/2 at stumps on day four after Mahmudullah's unbeaten 101 helped them declare the second innings on 224/6.
Zimbabwe need only a draw to win their first Test series in seven years. They won the opening match in Sylhet by 151 runs.
Bangladesh declared their first innings at 522-7 an hour into the final session. At stumps on day two, Zimbabwe were 25/1.
Bangladesh crossed the 200-run mark for the first time in their last nine Test innings.
Ahead of the second Test, Stand-in captain Mahmudullah urged his teammates to show more fighting spirit.
Zimbabwe outclassed hosts Bangladesh in the first match in the northeastern city of Sylhet on Tuesday to claim their first Test win in five years.
Bangladesh need 295 more runs to win the 1st Test against Zimbabwe in Sylhet.
Tendai Chatara claimed 3-19 and Sikandar Raza grabbed 3-35 as Zimbabwe bowled out the hosts for 143 runs.