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Bangladesh star batter Liton Das might miss the last and final match of Super-12s match against Pakistan after sustaining a hamstring injury.
Liton smacked a 21-ball fifty against India, which is also the second-fastest half-century in the ongoing World Cup. The right-handed batter incurred the injury during the match against India, I eventually were beaten by 5 runs.
The Bangladesh team held a practice session on Friday ahead of the Pakistan match, except for Liton, all the other members were present at the practice.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) chief physician Debashish Chowdhury told Cricfrenzy that Liton has been rested and they will wait for an update until Tomorrow.
"Liton slipped on the crease twice, during the match (India) on November 2. He suffered the injury there," said Debashish.
"He will be resting, Today. He has not face any problem while walking. But we will wait until Tomorrow. Hopefully, it will be fixed before the Pakistan match," he added.
Bangladesh is set to play against Pakistan on November 6 at Adelaide Oval.