T20 World Cup: After England, now Bangladesh to start rotation policy, confirms BCB Prez Nazmul Hassan

T20 World Cup: After England, now Bangladesh to start rotation policy, confirms BCB Prez Nazmul Hassan
T20 World Cup: After England, now Bangladesh to start rotation policy, confirms BCB Prez Nazmul Hassan

T20 World Cup: After England, now Bangladesh to start rotation policy, confirms BCB Prez Nazmul Hassan – Bangladesh Cricket Board’s president Nazmul Hassan has confirmed that the national team will be using the rotation policy after the T20 World Cup later this year. England’s cricket team use the rational policy in international cricket. The decision was taken considering bio-bubble fatigue and players spending time away from families.

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“We will start rotation policy after the ICC World T20. I think we cannot do it now, but if we want to compete in the big league, there is no option other than having different teams for different formats,” BCB president told Cricbuzz.

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“The Test and ODI squads cannot be the same. The big teams have separate teams, so they don’t have any problem as they can give rest to a lot of cricketers, but in our case, some of the cricketers play all the formats,” he added.

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Bangladesh will be playing one of the Test against Zimbabwe starting from July 7. Both the sides will clash in ODI and T20I series in the build-up to the world cup.

“But I think after the T20 World Cup, we have to go for separate teams because we don’t have any other option. Pakistan will come to play after the World Cup while we are expected to go to New Zealand at that point. So naturally, we will need two teams because there is a quarantine issue and players need to go there early,” he concluded.

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