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Bangladesh- New Zealand Series

Tigers set to begin practice tomorrow as they start gym today





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After going to New Zealand, Bangladesh completed the Corona test for the third phase yesterday [Tuesday] as everyone has passed the test, no Corona has been detected in anyone's body. After passing the third test, Russell Domingo's students have been allowed to practice fitness in the gymnasium from today [Wednesday]. Their quarantine practice will start from tomorrow [Thursday] and will continue till the 14th day. The fourth and final test will be given on the 12th day of the tour.

Not all Tigers get the chance to practice together during quarantine. Players have to practice in different groups. In this case, the whole Bangladesh team will be divided into four groups of 7 players. And practice according to that group. Each group will get two hours for practice.

Bangladesh middle-order batsman Mohammad Mithun is excited to be back in the field as he said this will help the team to adjust the condition better.

“Much more excited about this. Because it is very difficult to stay in the house. There is not much to do here from inside the house all day. In addition, we have come to play a tournament in the series game from tomorrow we will be able to go to the field. Feeling we have 'Run out of gas' emotionally. From tomorrow, when I return to cricket practice, we will be able to adjust everything gradually” said Mithun in a video massage on Wednesday.

Mithun admits that the new ball in New Zealand condition is very challanging but he believes if batsmen’s can tackle that, the results will be better than the previous Kiwi tour.

“It is certainly challenging. It is a different condition from us. We don't have much opportunity to play in this condition. Even then we all know the new ball in New Zealand is very challenging. If we can survive as a team, we will hopefully have more positive results than before. We must take this as an opportunity. We will get the benefit of many exercises. It is hoped that everyone on the team will adjust to their skills as soon as possible” he added.