Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza returned to England last Friday after returning from England to England. Captain Kapil Dev left Dhaka on Wednesday after spending three days with his family in the World Cup mission. Mashrafe left the country for London flight at 10:30 am
The ICC is hosting a ceremony on Thursday for all the World Cup captains in London. For this reason, Narail Express will join the teammates in Cardiff after finishing the ICC event in London. Before leaving the country, Mashrafe sought blessings from all for Bangladesh team and for the success of the World Cup. The captain said, 'Everyone will pray, so that we can do well. Everyone is very confident to win the tri-series, you will pray for the Bangladesh team.
Bangladesh had to return empty handed often from the final of the multinational tournament. But their seventh final is no longer wrong. Lal-Sabujara won the final of the recently concluded tri-series. Before the World Cup, Mashrafe believes that the team's great teammates have increased their confidence. The captain hoped that if there was a good start to the World Cup there would be something better there. In his words, 'two very different tournaments. I hope, now everyone's confidence is good. Since the tournament is different, so the beginning is very important here. If we can start good, hopefully something like this will be insha Allah.
Opener Tamim Iqbal will leave for Dubai from London on the same day after leaving the tour to opener Tamim Iqbal. He will also join the team in Cardiff from London on Thursday. The remaining 13 members of the squad reached the Leicester from Ireland last Saturday after the tri-series. Tigers have organized a three-day training camp there. Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will get to London with teammates from Lester. Bowling coach Courtney Walsh was not in the training of Lester. He is returning to emergency family needs in Jamaica Cardiff will join the team after spending the rest.
Bangladesh will play official preparatory match against India and Pakistan in Cardiff on 26 and 28 May. Tigers' World Cup mission will start from Thursday as the ICC's guest. Lal-Sabujara will start the World Cup against South Africa on 2 o'clock on June 2.