06 May 2015, 17:48 | Update: 06 May 2015, 17:58
Before the team was fielded in the tri-series, Bangladesh team suffered a humiliating defeat in the only warm-up match against Ireland 'A' team. Shakib-Tamimara lost by 88 runs in the match held in Dublin on Sunday. And due to the defeat of the team, many people blame the cold climate of Konkan. But Tiwary's batting coach Neil McKenzie has disagreed. The former South African batsman has advised to adopt different ways to achieve success rather than conditional condition. To achieve success in the World Cup, he believes that strategies will be more careful than skill.
The Bangladesh team will start the tri-series against the West Indies on Tuesday. Bangladesh team management of the series is looking forward to the World Cup preparations. The Tigers will fly to England to play the World Cup at the end of the tri-series. But the deficit was stuck at the start of the match and the team stumbled initially. Talking to the media at the end, team batting coach Neil McKenzie said. Suggesting to focus more on adjusting with the different pitch than the conditions of the disciples, he said, 'I think it is not cold, pitch is the key. Due to the different pitch, there is a difference in the line-length and shot taking of the ball. So, I think it's better not to have the weather but look at different pitch and different bowlers. "
Before going to Ireland, Bangladesh team has been practicing in hot summer. But after going there, the Kanakon has to face the cold, Temperatures in the daytime are in the range of 10 to 11 degrees, and down to two degrees below the night. However, according to Mudkhedi, the team has to do well in such situations, "Whatever the conditions, the experienced players of the team know how to play well. The World Cup will be held in England, and coach Steve Rhodes knows English very well about pitch and conditions. Courtney Walsh has played for many years in England, I have also played for five years here. We'll try to sort out the pitch a little earlier and plan it out. We will prepare the players for the highest possible level, but they will have to implement all plans in the field. "
At the moment, there is no shortage of skills of the Bangladesh team players, Neil McKenzie Rather, advised to focus on the strategy for success in the World Cup, the batting coach said, "Team players are quite standard. If they spend time on the wicket, they will see success. And England's pitches are not as fast as Australia or South Africa. So I do not think there is some dread of the technique. Now try to adjust as much as possible in the next three weeks. '