Akram Khan, the chairman of BCB’s cricket operations, stated that the staff is going to have a prep camp, starting on 25 October, in which the players are going to be under the advice of newly-appointed bowling adviser Daniel Vettori and limited-overs batting trainer Neil McKenzie.
“We will begin our preparation Headlines today for the forthcoming India show from October 25 and he [Vettori] will soon be accessible from the beginning of the camp since he’s coming earlier that,” Akram said.
“McKenzie will remain during the first Test against India [since the batting adviser ]. We’re attempting to have him with crimson and white-ball games since it’s going to be helpful for our staff.”Bangladesh will play with three T20Is from India, starting on 3 November, until the two-match Evaluation series will get underway in Indore on 14 November.
S another thing and we’ll consider that. However, aside from that, we aren’t prepared to think about anything.”Rohit Sharma has struck another hundred in his introduction since Evaluation opener to assist India set South Africa a daunting 395 to win the opening game of the series.
Sharma, who produced 176 at India’s first innings of 7-502 announced, is the first batsman to hit two heaps in his first game for a Test opener.The hosts declared their second innings on 4-323 at the last session of day four at Visakhapatnam.
The people want a second 384 runs and India nine wickets on the last day to get forward from the three-match series.The left handed Elgar, who left 160 at the first innings, was given not out from the on-field umpire just for India to make the decision overturned using a TV review.
Markram and de Bruyn subsequently performed the remaining overs out of spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Jadeja until bad light forced the elongated play – to compensate for lost time because of thunderstorm daily one – to be called off.
“We picked up a vital wicket, in order that a group we’re delighted with the way things went today and expect to start off nicely (tomorrow),” Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, that left 81 at India’s second innings, told reporters.