Bangla tigers campaign ongoing ahead South Africa series
CRICDOT DESK : The ODI and T20 teams are busy with the series against Afghanistan. That’s why regular members of the Test team do not sit down. They are also preparing for the tour of South Africa. That is through Bangladesh Tigers camp. The camp has started from Saturday (February 28) at Shaheed Chandu Stadium in Bogra.
In the context of Bangladesh, if a player is dropped from the national team, he has to work alone to return. They do not get much benefit from BCB in fixing the skill. However, BCB wants to change this sad picture through Bangladesh Tigers. The Bangladesh Tigers squad has been formed with 23 cricketers including Test captain Mominul Haque, Sadman Islam and Naeem Hasan.
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On the first day of the camp, Sadman said, their focus is on the tour of South Africa. There is a long (South Africa) series ahead and one is still going on. I think this camp is very important for us if the players can be prepared or if everyone is in practice. Everyone in the camp will work with that skill. Hopefully, if everyone works with everyone’s skills, everything will improve. There is a Premier League ahead, the camp will be good for everyone.
This camp in Bogra is considering the pace-friendly wicket in South Africa. Because the pacers always get extra bounce on the wicket here. Regarding the wicket, Sadman said, “The wicket is being made that way. So that we can bat that way. If we can continue to practice well, we hope that everyone in South Africa will benefit greatly. ”
Although there is regular domestic cricket, international cricket has not been played in Bogra for a long time. The last match was played at the end of 2006. BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury Sujan said that there is something wrong with playing international cricket. The ICC has a rule. They have some basic conditions. Especially security, logistics facilities, hotels and other facilities. Considering these aspects, it will take more time to become an international match. But domestic cricket is going on here. ‘