Bangladesh have been constrained into a staff change in their crew, the ICC Event Technical Committee has affirmed. Bangladesh have formally replaced the injured Mohammad Saifuddin with Robel Hossain in their crew for the rest of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.
The Event Technical Committee, comprised of Chris Tetley (Head of Events, Chair), Clive Hitchcock (ICC Senior Cricket Operations Manager), Rahul Dravid and Dhiraj Malhotra (BCCI Representatives), Simon Doull and Ian Bishop (Independent Members) endorsed the solicitation on Tuesday.
The all-rounder got five wickets across Bangladesh’s initial four rounds of the competition, yet will have no further influence in the Tigers’ team in the wake of getting a back physical issue. Rubel was one of the supported save players who ventured out to the UAE with Bangladesh’s crew.
The 31-year-old has played 159 counterparts for his nation, remembering for 28 T20Is, two of which came 12 years prior at the 2009 ICC T20 World Cup. Bangladesh face England in their second Group One round of the Super 12 phase in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
Mohammad Saifuddin’s physical issue is a hit to Bangladesh as he was one of the passing bowlers for them. It stays not yet clear who replaces him in the line-up for the essential game against England. Taskin Ahmed was sidelined for the game against Sri Lanka after he fared modestly in the first round. He might be in line for a return.
Different pacers in the crew are Shoriful Islam who intrigued during the respective series at home several months prior.
Rubel Hossain likewise may wind up playing the game having gone as the hold player with the crew. This is a significant game for Bangladesh with them losing the past experience. Gathering 1 includes every intense group and one more misfortune might place their semi-last capability in peril. Britain, then again, are living it up in the wake of beating West Indies pretty serenely in the past trip.