Bangladesh Cricket Board is looking for prospects after the squad came out from Sri Lanka Empty-handed. It was indeed a shameful chapter of Bangladesh cricket team where could not even live up to their expectations.

Bangladesh Cricket Board is looking for prospects

Bangladesh Cricket Board is looking for prospects
Simon Helmot-Manager of the Bangladesh High-Performance team, imparting wisdom to his young troops in Mirpur.

Now there is a gap of about three months until the Tigers return to international action with a tour of India. They will play a three-match T20I and a two-match Test series which will begin from 3rd November.

In the meantime, however, the tigers will be closely involved in cricket-related activities. BCB has already planned a conditioning camp for the players for their betterment in the upcoming series.

Minhajul Abedin- the chief selector of BCB said that they are hoping to start the conditioning camp after Eid-ul-Adha. Most probably it will start on 18 August. Moreover, there is a series with Afghanistan and Zimbabwe in the following month and several T20 and test matches ahead of them. So they will be doing a conditioning camp on a large scale featuring both the Test and T20 players.

Bangladesh team needs to regroup after a series of undesirable performances which began with a defeat to Pakistan in the last match of the World Cup. Shakib Al Hasan said that one way to turn things around is to give the players an appropriate amount of rest when needed and also grant opportunities to new faces to strengthen the squad.

But Minhajul Abedin thinks in reality, such a rotation is not possible for Bangladesh. The max they can do is 2. But Shakib recommended it should be four.

Good things do not come so easily. Maybe the tigers need to wait for the good days to come. Till then, we think there is little chance for the overall betterment of the squad.