Published: March 1, 2009
The Tigers skipper is looking forward to the report on Abdur Razzak’s bowling action.
The left-arm appeared for the reassessment tests at the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) in Canberra on February 23 where member of the ICC panel of human movement specialists conducted the assessment.
Razzak will be considered for selection for the home series if his action is declared legal in the ICC report but it must come before March 4.
The Pakistan team will arrive in Dhaka on March 7 to play two Twenty20 and five one-day internationals in Dhaka and Chittagong.
The national team’s preparation camp for the coming home series against Pakistan will be start from March 4 but chief selector Rafiqul Alam said that they will also prefer the national players play league matches as much as possible.
“The camp will start on March 4 or March 5 after selection of the national squad but we will release the players who has match until March 7. There is nothing better than playing competitive matches,” said Rafiqul yesterday.
Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful also wants to play the league matches as much as possible.
“It’s always better to play competitive matches,” said Ashraful.