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Devon Conway Ready for Bangladesh Series

Devon Conway Ready for Bangladesh Series

CRICDOT DESK : New Zealand left-handed Devon Conway said he was ready for the opening test against Bangladesh, who died on the 1st. The T20 World Cup in the UAE, and one frustrated Conway, slammed the bat on the ground and smashed the fifth Metacarpal with his right hand.

Due to a injury, he missed two test series against India. On Wednesday, Conway completed nearly 77 overs in a two-day training game between New Zealand’s XI and tourists with no complaints. The Conway, who scored 200 points in his Rose Cricket debut against England in June this year and scored the highest in the Test World Cup final against India in Southampton, is “kind”. He said his hands felt good.

“My hands have recovered really well, so I’m going to choose the next test,” Conway told staff on Wednesday. Once selected (in the opening test against Bangladesh), I’m in good shape and excited to be ready to launch. ”

” Grip strength (for striking) is back. I didn’t really care. Fielding can be done due to bone discomfort and the muscles will take some time to return to full strength, “he said.

Conway shot a duck in a practice match against Bangladesh, but had a great first year in international cricket, so it probably won’t affect his chances of playing against tourists.

During three memorable tests in England, Conway won Doubleton on his Lord’s debut against the host and then crossed India for a decisive half century in the World Test Championship finals.

“Even if it’s a practice match (against Bangladesh), you have to accept the result when you play,” Conway said of his choice on the team.

“Of course, it was better on the way, but there was still a good training day.”

Conway said he learned lessons from an unusual injury in the T20 World Championship semifinals. Hit your racket. My message to the other cricket players out there will be trying to control your emotions in the heat of the moment. And try to avoid hitting your bat. “

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