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All the speculations have been announced by the World Cup team of Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced today the 15-member team. In order to fulfill the expectations of the people of the country, the test players have been given the opportunity. All except for fast bowler Abu Zayed Rahei, he played one-day cricket for Bangladesh. Many of the announced teams play Bangladesh regularly for the last two years but this is the first time in the World Cup experience for seven players.

In addition to captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Rubel Hossain, Soumya Sarker and Sabbir Rahman have also been in the team for the last year. But captain Mashrafe has experience of playing the most number of World Cups. In 2003, South Africa became the world's first World Cup experience. But the country did not get a chance in the 2011 World Cup, the pace bowler The captain will play the fourth and final World Cup. Apart from this, Tamim, Shakib and Mushfiq are the World Cups since 2007. From 2011, Mahmudullah and Rubel Hossain are in the World Cup squad. The last of the 2015 World Cup team is going to be played in Sabbir and Soumya playing the second World Cup.

Now let's take a look at Bangladesh, who are going to play the first World Cup:

Mustafizur Rahman: One of the reassuring names of Bangladesh's pace attack is 'Cutler Master' Mustafizur Rahman. Mustafiz made his debut for the country after the World Cup. Then did not look back and left behind the left-handed paceman. He has played 43 ODIs for the country so far. Fijer is going to experience T20 World Cup in 2016, but this time he will be the first one-day World Cup experience.

Mehdi Hassan Miraj: Mehdi Hasan Miraj has got the opportunity as a spinning allrounder in the World Cup squad. After the one-day debut in 2017, Miraj became a regular member of the Bangladesh team. So far, in the 25 one-day matches Miraz will play the first World Cup.

Liton Das: Liton Das started the Bangladesh team's batting with Tamim Iqbal in the World Cup. Liton made his ODI debut in 2015. Slowly, the right-handed batsman has stepped into the team. It is going to be the first World Cup to play in 27 one-day matches for the country.

Mohammed Mithun: Right-handed batsman Mohammad Mithun could have had the experience of playing in the second World Cup. However, Mithun got out of the team after failing to perform in the 2014 Ashes. Mithun has to burn enough fad to retain the one-day squad in 2016 when he plays the Twenty20 World Cup. Recently he has been named as a big name in the middle-order of the team. He will make his first World Cup tour with 15 one-day internationals.

Mohammad Saifuddin: 10 one-dayers to say about the pace bowling allrounder Mohammad Saifuddin's experience. But this young man has already been able to prove himself as a big asset of the Bangladesh team. Along with right-handed pace bowling, he has already taken seven-eight numbers and has played some good innings in batting left-arm batting conditions. According to the England's Simping Conditions, this cricketer has entered the team as the automatic choice, the first cricketer to play in the World Cup.

Mosaddek Hossain Saikat: This is the first time the batsman is going to play the World Cup Mashadek Hossain Saikat. Mosaddek has played 24 ODIs since his debut for Bangladesh in 2016. For the first time in the World Cup squad for the first time due to his ability to bowl offspin, he has got the opportunity to join the World Cup squad for the first time.

Abu Zayed Rahey: The only surprise in this World Cup squad is that pacer Abu Zayed Rahim Although he has played five Tests and three ODIs for the country, he has not yet made an ODI debut this pacer. But the 26-year-old Rahi has had the opportunity to play for the first World Cup due to recent form, swing bowling ability and another paceman Taskin's injury.

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