Tamim Iqbal in the three-match ODI series and is driving 2-0 in the set with the third match occurring today. Everything was working out positively for visiting country Bangladesh before it went to the front that captain Tamim Iqbal will miss cricketing activity for full two months attributable to an extreme knee injury. In similar succession of occasions, Iqbal will presently miss the T20I series against Zimbabwe and afterward the T20I series against New Zealand and Australia at home.
Iqbal experienced this knew injury in the long stretch of April while being in Sri Lanka however he got recuperated to face the host group in ODIs in May. He then, at that point proceeded to carry out his specialty in 11 matches in T20 Dhaka Premier League yet injury kept him under control from the Super League period of the opposition.
Tamim Iqbal has been encouraged to rest for six to about two months: BCB Chief Selector
“Tamim Iqbal will get back close by Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Taijul Islam from the ODI side. Tamim has been encouraged to rest for six to about two months. He will not have the option to play against Australia [in August] and New Zealand [in September] at home, however he may play against England [in October]. We have asked Rubel (Hossain), (Mohammad) Mithun, and Mosaddek (Hossan) to remain back with the T20I side as a feature of our alternate course of action for the Australia series,” said Bangladesh’s main selector Minhajul Abedin as cited by ESPNcricinfo.
“We need to save major parts in isolate for ten days in front of the Australia series bio-bubble. We need to have however many alternatives as could be allowed as we will not have the option to call up players from outside the bio-bubble,” he added.
Tamim Iqbal missed the oddball Test against Zimbabwe however added that he would ‘figure out how’ to have the ODIs as they are influence of the World Cup Super League. Nonetheless, the unexpected choice to go on vacation came when a renowned muscular specialist from Australia proposed him lay on the injury. The renowned specialist based out of Melbourne is known to be in contact with a few Bangladesh cricketers.