After playing Afghanistan and Zimbabwe at home, Bangladesh is all set to travel to India to feature in three T20Is and two Tests which would also commence their journey in the ICC World Test Championship.
For all it’s worth, the tour comes across as a strong challenge as playing India in India is one of the hardest tasks in the cricketing world.
This notion was recently endorsed by the senior cricketer Mahmudullah who is currently featuring in Bangladesh’s first-class competition called the National Cricket League (NCL).
Talking about preparations for the series against India, the Mymensingh born expressed confidence in his unit’s abilities. The veteran of 46 Tests, 185 ODIs and 80 T20Is also announced his resumption of bowling after recovering from the shoulder injury which kept him away from bowling for the last seven months.
Moreover, he defended the decision of not having senior cricketers playing all the games of the NCL as he highlighted that they need to be fresh for the forthcoming assignment.