Tamim Iqbal unlikely to play in last T20I against Zimbabwe

Bangladesh’s newly appointed ODI skipper Tamim Iqbal is likely to be rested in the second and last Twenty20 international match against Zimbabwe.

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The match is scheduled to take place on March 11 at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. The home team clinched a 48-run win in the first T20I after posting a comprehensive 200 runs on the board.

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A source of team Bangladesh said as quoted by one of the media, “In the evening we have a team meeting and there we will discuss about it Tamim rest in the last game and a take a decision in this regard.”

Tamim hammered 41 from 33 deliveries following his back to back hundreds in limited over series.

Young gun Naim Sheikh would probably be replaced in the spot of Tamim Iqbal to open with Liton Das.

Bangladesh clean swept Zimbabwe in the two-match ODI series winning the first match by 169 runs followed by a crunch victory of 4 runs in the second ODI.

Prior to that the hosts registered a massive victory of an innings and 106 runs in the one-off Test.

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