The conditions won’t be too different than the past: Cremer

The tri-nation series will begin on 15th January with Bangladesh taking on Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka have already landed in Bangladesh and started their practice sessions.

Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer has kept Bangladesh and top and said they are the favorites. Although, he is ready to take on the challenge and he thinks the conditions won’t be too different than the past.

In a press conference on Saturday, Cremer said: “I think it is not ideal but we have all played in Dhaka enough, the conditions won’t be too different than what we have seen in the past. It will be new for our younger guys but for our more experienced guys it shouldn’t be an issue. Those are the guys who will look to win us games.”

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“I learnt a lot about the Bangladesh players (and a few Sri Lankan players) during the BPL. It will be really good for us. The input from Raza and Waller will also help us a lot in the tri-series.”

Cremer also said that he is excited to see Brendan Taylor and Kyle Jarvis back in the team: “It is very exciting. Taylor left a big hole in the middle-order when he left. It is great to have him back. We will let Jarvis lead the bowling attack but also it is the extra experience we have in the team which we didn’t have before.” 1 of 1

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