Razzak wants sporting wicket in NCL
|| CF Correspondent ||
Former Bangladesh left arm spinner wants sporting in the National Cricket League (NCL) as believes the sporting wicket can give the bowlers and batsmen same advantage.
He thinks this mandatory to enhance the standard of NCL and players skill level.
Razzak was one of the most successful ODI bowlers in Bangladesh cricket but never got a chance to prove himself in the longer version.
‘’Personally I want to play in three types of wicket. When we are playing Test matches at home against Australia, England and New Zealand we should be playing in turning wicket and also need batting wicket.
‘’Some where we should be playing in batting wickets .So our batsman can think of batting and play for long time. We have to play in pace friendly condition at the same time to play well in abroad,” Razzak added.
“Bangladesh most of the times played in turning wicket in home condition but that other countries spinners take advantage of the condition and our batsman left searching for spin.”
He said ‘’We should not be fearful of opposition spinners if we play on turning pitches in our home condition . It will help our batsman play spin .Only playing in green condition will not help us ‘’.
He said he does not expect anything from the board official but added it would be too early to introduce these system in our cricket.
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