Bangladesh’s bowling in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy has been a thing to worry about ahead of the all important clash against Sri Lanka on Friday.
The Tigers conceded way too many runs in the death overs in their last two matches. In their last match against India, Bangladesh were well economical in the first 10 overs but they started to lost control after 15 overs and in the end that made the difference between the two sides.
But interim head coach Courtney Walsh still believes hat all their bowlers will come together in the big match on Friday.
Walsh in the press conference on Thursday:
“If I was to say yes (Bangladesh are bowling well), I would be lying. We bowled okay but not as good as I might have expected. There is room for improvement and we are working on that. The improvement is coming but it is not coming quickly as we would have liked. Hopefully we can put it together in the game tomorrow.”
About Mustafizur Rahman:
“We would like to see Mustafizur get back in form, we have seen what he can do. If both have a good game, it is great for us.”
About the spinners:
“The spinners have not been spot on as I would have liked them to be but they have had good passages. If we can put everything together and everyone chip in with their best and do their bit, it will give us a great chance.”
The match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will be a do or die one for both the teams as whoever will win the match will join India in the final of the Nidahas Trophy.