Members of the Bangladesh T20I side are set to depart for the West Indies today but all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin’s participation for the series has been thrown into doubt following an injury.
Mohammad Saifuddin had been rated as one of the few genuine seaming all-rounders that Bangladesh desperately need, especially in the limited over formats.
All-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin could have been a hero during Bangladesh’s 28-run defeat against India at Edgbaston on Tuesday had he not been stranded at the non-striker’s end when Jasprit Bumrah bowled the No. 10 and No. 11 batsmen.
“As far as I know he [Mohammad Saifuddin] is experiencing some pain and it may take some time,” Akram Khan said. “I will talk to the physio [Thihan Chandramohan] about that. But Mosaddek Hossain may be fit for the next game.
Bangladesh pace-bowling all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin may miss today’s World Cup match against Australia because of a lingering back injury. Bangladesh’s highest wicket-taker in the tournament and joint fourth-highest overall, Saifuddin has had a back issue since the World Cup warm-up game
Mohammad Saifuddin’s ODI career is only 13 matches old, but he may be one of the hidden assets for Bangladesh heading into the World Cup. Not long ago, in October 2017, Saifuddin was being tonked for five sixes in an over by South Africa’s David Miller in Potchefstroom, and then followed
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