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Bangladesh head coach still optimistic of result in Wellington Test

Two days have passed since the beginning of the second Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand, but the proceeding is yet to begin.

Tamim prefers team before personal milestones

Despite rain dominance continuing at the Wellington Test in which the first pair of days have been washed out, Bangladesh head coach Steve Smith is still in search of results in this particular occasion.

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”The wicket was very green. We knew it’s going to be very green. We are well aware of how it was before and look we have got some people who played here before. They tell me it was very similar. I think Tamim felt that it was very similar to the last time,” Rhodes told reporters on Saturday.

On ground of hoping to have a result, Rhodes explained that there are two days and three days Test are on the card in international cricket these days,”I think cricket is a strange game and we saw there are a lot of two days and three days game so there is still a good chance of getting a result.”

“Hopefully, we can win the toss tomorrow and get a few wickets early morning. If not then try and score some runs,” he said.

Ushering all the positive notes in this regard, Rhodes said, ”We got to be positive about scoring runs in that surface and also taking wickets.”

”I think we are ok we are in a good spot and we did a little bit of practice today. So I think the preparation is also going quite well,” he added.

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