Bangladesh T20 Squad for Tri Nation Series 2019

Bangladesh T20 Squad for Tri Nation Series 2019. Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh T20 tri series team squad. BD team squad announce by BCB. The Tri nation series will start on 13 September 2019. Only three days in between. In the meantime, Bangladesh will have to be busy with the Twenty20 to lose the Test match. The tri-nation Twenty20 series is set to begin on September 13. Bangladesh Cricket Board has given 13 payers name for the first two matches of this series. Mehdi Hasan Miraj did not have a chance in that squad.

Bangladesh T20 Squad for Tri Nation Series 2019 against Afghanistan and Zimbabwe

Captain Shakib Al Hasan has spoken about the importance of preparing for next year’s Twenty20 World Cup. For that purpose, the BCB has organized a Tri series with Afghanistan and Zimbabwe. Everyone will play in the round robin league manner before the September 24 final. Bangladesh have chosen the young team for the series. Afif Hossain, Yasir Arafat and all-rounder Mehdi Hasan have joined the squad. And Mehdi Hassan Miraj, who is also in the last series, has been dropped.
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Miraj was not included in the squad for the first Twenty20 match. Miraj did not get a place in the first Twenty20 squad for the first time. In the meantime, Bangladesh will have to be busy with the Twenty20 to lose the Test match. The tri-nation Twenty20 series is set to begin on September 13 as per Tri series match schedule. Bangladesh Cricket Board has given thirteen members squad for the first two matches of this series.

Mostafizur Rahman and Saifuddin, who were rested in the Test series, have entered the Twenty20 squad. But Taskin Ahmed could not return this time. Bangladesh will play their first T20 match against Zimbabwe on 13 September.

Bangladesh T20 squad

Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Taizul Islam, Mehdi Hassan, Saifuddin Araf Mostafizur Rahman, Mostafizur Rahman.

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10 September 2019