Razzak may miss first Test
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday announced that left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak would have to travel to Canberra on November 17 to have his action tested by an ICC human movement specialist.
Razzak, now touring South Africa with the Bangladesh team, was reported by umpires Daryl Harper and Ashoka de Silva for suspect action during the second Test at home against New Zealand last month.
"He is expected to leave South Africa for the test on November 15 and we are working out his visa formalities with the concerned authorities," said BCB acting CEO Nazimuddin Ahmed, adding that he had got the instruction from the game's ruling body last night.
BCB had earlier requested the ICC to conduct the test after the South Africa tour.
Bangladesh's first Test against South Africa starts on November 19 and it is unlikely for Razzak to feature in the match.