Taskin may miss West Indies Tests too

Taskin was injured during the first Test against South Africa in Durban. He bowled a few overs in the second innings with an injury. He was then sent home before the second Test, considering the risk.

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h treatment for his injuries, which could extend to the middle of the West Indies tour too.
As a result, Taskin's participation in the Test series against the West Indies is also uncertain. This has been reported by the online cricket portal Cricbuzz. The Tigers will play two Tests against the West Indies, as in the Sri Lanka series, which is part of the ICC Test Championship.
Taskin was injured during the first Test against South Africa in Durban. He bowled a few overs in the second innings with an injury. He was then sent home before the second Test, considering the risk. Taskin was not included in the squad for the ongoing Chattogram Test due to a shoulder injury. He’ll also miss the second Test of the Sri Lanka series.
Taskin's post-injury rehabilitation process will begin on May 20 or 22, and will take 4 to 6 weeks to complete. In that case, Taskin will be a spectator in the Test series of the Caribbean tour. However, he is likely to take part in the ODI and Test series.
BCB chief physician Debashis Chowdhury was quoted as saying, ''We will go for conservative management for the next four weeks and see what happens. We can't be certain if he will miss whole series. We can't say a month before the series whether he will be ruled out. The team will leave on during the first week of June so it may be that we will think of his inclusion for the shorter versions."