After the scheduled practice for the World Cup in Cardiff, Bangladesh's pace bowler Rubel Hossain said on Friday that none of the Bangladesh team has injuries. Before the World Cup, the fast bowler told the whole of the team that he was fit. However, if Rubel calls everyone's fitness, then the preparatory match against Pakistan will probably not be played in the Champions League rounder all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan. Earlier, the all-rounder could not play due to injury in the tri-series final in Ireland. Although Shakib is doing full-batting bowling practice in practice, the team management of Bangladesh does not want to take any risks right before the World Cup. So, on Sunday, the preparatory match against Pakistan will probably be in rest.
According to the rules, in the preparation match, batting-bowling 11 people can play but everyone in the squad. However, Bangladesh Team Management sources said that Bangladesh has decided to set up 14 teams for Shakib, out of the match against Pakistan. Apart from this, skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has some doubts about the game. The Bangladesh captain has been suffering from hamstringe pain since the Ireland series. So he has a thought to rest in the management. But if Mashrafe finally goes to the field, then he will not bowl more than four or five overs.
Almost every day before the start of the World Cup, there are reports of injury or other players' injuries to the players in practice. So Bangladesh wants to be careful not to risk excessive risk That's why Team Management is thinking of not playing regular eleven players in both the preparatory matches against Pakistan and India. In that case opener Tamim Iqbal is against Pakistan today but will also get rest on India's match against India on Tuesday. If you are not sure about fitness, then all-rounder Shakib will not be played in any match.
It is to be noted that Shakib Al Hasan got injured in the last match of the group tri-series in Ireland in the final match. But he quickly came back to the practice of careful rest. Left-arm all-rounder batting and bowling has been practiced in Cardiff on Saturday. After running under the supervision of the Bangladesh team coach, Nevertheless, the country wants to be careful about the cricketer.