With Bangladesh just finishing their Test series against hosts Sri Lanka, the team is set to return back home on Tuesday.
The head coach Russell Domingo will fly off to his homeland, South Africa after Bangladesh lost the second Test and the two-match series 1-0.
The next assignment for the Tigers is a limited-overs home series against the same opposition.
Shakib Al Hasan and Mustafizur Rahman are the two players currently playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) that are expected to be back on May 19 and be part of the national team.
However, anyone coming to Bangladesh from South Africa or India will have to quarantine for 14 days.
With the series dates not official yet but expected to start from May 23, it is not clear to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) how long the two IPL players have to be in quarantine.
BCB CEO Nizam Uddin Chowdhury has informed the media that the BCB will seek guidance from the Bangladesh government for clarity about Shakib and Mustafiz's quarantine period.
"Shakib and Mustafiz are in a bio-secure bubble in the IPL. In the same way, Domingo is with us in a bio-secure bubble. So whether a 14-day quarantine period would be mandatory for them too, is what we are asking the government. We will do things in accordance with what the government suggests," Chowdhury told the media on Monday.
Not just that, there are restrictions of flights from India to Bangladesh and Shakib and Mustafiz might have to travel on a chartered aeroplane, if normal flights do not resume by then.
There are a few other issues for the BCB to handle too, including the amount of time the national team players coming from Sri Lanka have to be in quarantine.
The Sri Lanka team coming to play in the ODI series will also have to be in quarantine and the CEO added: "We have a rule of a seven-day quarantine. They have to be in their rooms for three days and then from the fourth day, they can quarantine in small groups."
The dates of the three-match ODI series is yet to be announced but all of them are going to take place in Mirpur's Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket stadium.