Tigers are now trying hard to regain their fitness status before the upcoming home series against New Zealand in October. During the practice sessions on Thursday, Enamul Haque Junior briefed the journalists about camping- the left hander spinner expressed his deep expectations of doing well in the series.
The spinner informed, “Here in this camp, I’m just making my practices on the things Saqlain Mushtaq taught me during the Zimbabwe tour. Theirs is nothing especially new.’
Enamul played a home series in 2009 for the last time. “Hope something wonderful would happen if I’ll get the chance this time in front of the home crowd. Everybody is fit in the team. The fitness training with Stuart Karppinen served a lot in the camp”- the 26 year old said.
Enamul visited England with the ‘A’ team and about the differences between pitches in here and England, Enamul said, “It was totally different from the pitches of our country. I’m happy that I could play matches over there.”
Like everyone else in the team Enamul also told about the necessity of playing in the Premier League, ‘Premier League is really needed now. It will surely boost up our practices for the tour’.