Coach Russell Domingo mentioned Bangladesh would carry out well in Pakistan despite security considerations overshadowing the tour beginning later this month, with a number of gamers and training workers refusing to make the journey. Bangladesh will tour Pakistan for 3 Twenty20s, a one-day worldwide and two Tests unfold throughout three visits. International cricket has regularly returned to Pakistan in the final 4 years after it was suspended following an Islamic militant assault on the Sri Lankan workforce bus in Lahore in March 2009.
The gamers are anticipated to coach amid heavy security, however Domingo mentioned the scenario would strengthen the bond between them fairly than hamper preparations. “I do not think it will be tough for the boys (to focus),” Domingo advised reporters late Sunday because the workforce began preparations for the tour.
“When you are facing a bowler there is nothing else to think about except a ball or when you are bowling there is nothing else to think except landing the ball in the right area.” “It (the heavy security) can galvanise the team as well. It can get the team working together and connecting well.”
Bangladesh agreed to the Pakistan tour after a protracted debate over security considerations that almost led to the cancellation of the collection.
The Tigers will play three T20Is in Lahore from January 24-27 earlier than returning to Pakistan for the primary Test from February 7-11 in Rawalpindi.
They will go to once more to play a one-day worldwide in Karachi on April three and the second Test from April 5-9.
“Where we go and when we go is not our decision. Obviously it would be nice to go once and finish in three weeks but they think it’s best to do it in one-week blocks. I am fine with it,” Domingo added.
Senior batsman Mushfiqur Rahim and several other members of the backroom workers, together with batting coach Neil McKenzie, spin bowling coach Daniel Vettori and fielding coach Ryan Cook refused to affix the tour.
Domingo mentioned he didn’t share their considerations.
“It was easy (to take decision of going to Pakistan). I sign up to coach Bangladesh and that’s what I want to do,” Domingo mentioned.
“I am looking forward going to Pakistan. I have never been there, so I am seeing a good challenge, good learning and a good adventure on how cricket works in that country.”
But Domingo mentioned he additionally revered the choice of gamers like Mushfiqur, whom he had spoken to.
“He is a family man like me. If he feels that’s the best for his family we have to respect his decision,” he mentioned.