Former Bangladesh coach to play head coach role for Afghans!
CRICDOT DESK : He was the head coach of Bangladesh team in 2011-2012. Under his coaching, Bangladesh played in the Asia Cup final for the first time. Stuart Law has been appointed as the acting head coach of the Afghanistan team during the Bangladesh tour.
The former Australian batsman replaces Lance Klusner. From 1994 to 1999, he scored 1,236 runs in 54 ODIs for Australia. Meanwhile, the coroners of the cricketers in the ODI series against Afghanistan were tested on Saturday. Bangladesh team will go to Chittagong today.
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Cricketers have entered the biological defense. After two days of practice in Chittagong, Tamim Iqbal will take the field in the first ODI. The Afghan team arrived in Dhaka from Sylhet tomorrow and left for Chittagong in the afternoon.
The two teams will play three ODIs as part of the ICC ODI Super League. The matches will be played on February 23, 25 and 26 at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. Then on March 3 and 5 in Dhaka two T20s.