Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal back for practice,Liton Das in good touch

Bangladesh

Practicing hard Tamim Iqbal

Saturday, Tamim rehearsed against pacers Mustafizur Rahman, Khaled Ahmed, Ariful Haque and Alauddin Babu, alongside spinners Rishad Hossain, Jubair Hossain, at the Bangladesh Cricket Broad premises

Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal batted against the quick bowlers in the Mirpur nets Saturday, without precedent for ongoing occasions.

Tamim missed the whole arrangement against Zimbabwe, before sitting out the two-coordinate Test arrangement against the West Indies because of damage that he caused amid the Asia Cup in the UAE back in September this year.

He should return in the continuous Test arrangement against the Windies however side strain damage opposed him from making the rebound.

Notwithstanding, he has begun to rehearse in full cadence as he is set to play the training match Thursday, in front of the one-day arrangement against the meeting Caribbean side.

Saturday, Tamim rehearsed against pacers Mustafizur Rahman, Khaled Ahmed, Ariful Haque and Alauddin Babu, alongside spinners Rishad Hossain, Jubair Hossain, at the Bangladesh Cricket Broad premises.

The principal match of the three-amusement one-day arrangement will begin from December 9 in Mirpur.

 

 

 

Morning session rocked by Attacking Liton

The right-hander played some exquisite shots all around the recreation center, and did not let the West Indies rocking the bowling alley assault to settle down

Stumper-batsman Liton Kumar Das was playing in the Bangladesh Cricket League for Walton Central Zone when he was all of a sudden called up to the national group as the back-up for the then harmed wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim.

Liton was dropped from the Test squad after he neglected to score enormous in the Zimbabwe Test arrangement.

Afterward, Liton was grabbed in the playing XI instead of seamer Mustafizur Rahman.

The right-hander used his chance as he scored 54 off 62 conveyances with eight limits and a six.

The innings could have been greater as he was playing admirably and unhesitatingly, however a well-struck fifty or more score will unquestionably build his trust in the Test design.

Liton turned out to bat after Bangladesh lost commander Shakib al Hasan’s wicket early in the day session.

What’s more, later, the right-hander played some rich shots all around the recreation center, and did not let the West Indies rocking the bowling alley assault to settle down. A decent fifty for Liton at last; it could have been greater, however very much played at last.

 

2ND TEST, DAY 2

BANGLADESH 1ST INNINGS    R    B

Shadman lbw b Bishoo    76    199

Soumya c Hope b Chase    19    42

Mominul c Chase b Roach    29    46

Mithun b Bishoo        29    61

Shakib c Hope b Roach    80    139

Mushfiq b Lewis        14    24

Mahmudullah b Warrican    136    242

Liton b Brathwaite        54    62

Miraz c Dowrich b Warrican    18    26

Taijul c Dowrich b Brathwaite    26    58

Nayeem not out        12    29

Extras (b 2, lb 8, nb 4, w 1)    15

Total (154 Overs)        508 all out

Fall Of Wickets

1-42 (Soumya), 2-87 (Mominul), 3-151 (Mithun), 4-161 (Shadman), 5-190 (Mushfiq), 6-301 (Shakib), 7-393 (Liton), 8-416 (Miraz), 9-472 (Taijul), 10-508 (Mahmudullah)

Bowling

Roach 25-4-61-2, Lewis 20-2-69-1, Chase 28-0-111-1, Warrican 38-5-91-2, Bishoo 28-1-109-2, Brathwaite 15-0-57-2

WEST INDIES 1ST INNINGS    R    B

Brathwaite b Shakib         0    6

Powell b Miraz        4    15

Hope b Miraz            10    30

Ambris b Shakib         7    12

Chase b Miraz            0    1

Hetmyer not out        32    43

Dowrich not out        17    37

Extras (b 4, lb 1)        5

Total (24 Overs)        75/5

Fall Of Wickets

1-0 (Brathwaite), 2-6 (Powell), 3-17 (Ambris), 4-20 (Chase), 5-29 (Hope)

Bowling

Shakib 9-3-15-2, Miraz 10-1-36-3, Nayeem 3-0-9-0, Taijul 1-0-10-0, Mahmudullah 1-1-0-0

West Indies trail by 433 runs

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