Bangladesh won’t be intimidated by Australia’s pace, insists Domingo.

Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo. File Photo

Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo. File Photo

Russell Domingo, the Bangladesh lead trainer, has demanded that his group will not be scared by the presence of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazelwood in the resistance positions in the impending five-match T20I series against Australia booked at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium from August 3.

Bangladesh and Australia started their arrangements at the SBNS on Sunday (August 1) subsequent to finishing their compulsory three-day room isolate in the inn.

“Mitchell Starc and Hazlewood are quality bowlers and we have taken a gander at a portion of their recording. In any case, toward the day’s end you will play the ball not the man. Day’s end they are people and will bowl some awful balls. We had the chance to play with a reasonable psyche and total lucidity that we must take care of the terrible balls,” Domingo said.

“We realize that Australia has a rich history of cricket however the set of experiences that has been made by the gathering of Australians are not here right now. For us to contend and win the series we must be in our prime. As a mentor I am sure that on the off chance that we can do the rudiments truly well, we can push Australia and beat them here. I don’t think mentally it’s a monstrous issue,” he said.

Bangladesh have played Australia just a single time in a T20I at home, way back in 2014 when they lost by seven wickets in a T20 World Cup match. This will likewise be their first respective T20I series against Australia – their four no holds barred experiences so far have all been in T20 World Cups, with Bangladesh losing all games.

“I do not have the foggiest idea the amount of series Bangladesh have played against Australia previously. Addressing these young men very few of them played an appropriate series against them. We are coming here needing to win the series and there is not even a shadow of a doubt, and we are not coming up to contend. We need to ensure we give Australia a decent go and by the day’s end we will attempt to win the series,” he said.

Domingo added that he was astounded with the manner in which Cricket Australia took care of the Mushfiqur Rahim issue. Cricket Australia and BCB had concurred on broad pandemic conventions, including a 10-day isolate. Rahim quit the Zimbabwe series to be with his folks, because of which he was unable to be essential for the isolate. BCB mentioned CA to decrease the isolate period yet the last wouldn’t yield.

“I can’t comprehend the rigid guidelines Australia placed on Mushfiqur’s pocket . I figure 10 days would have unquestionably been sufficient. It’s exceptionally disillusioning the manner in which they went about it,” said Domingo, adding that his nonappearance will give a major chance to the adolescents.

“Attempting to get our greatest blend and playing against Australia will offer us that chance. There are two alternative ways to require a gander at it. Attempting to discover our best mix and continue to foster a portion of the more youthful players. Besides Bangladesh don’t play Australia time after time. So this is a major series for us and we not really settled to do well in it,” said Domingo.

“In any case, look, we’d like to play against the simplest group on the earth and it is a chance for a few of younger players or periphery players to come and play, and I am certain they are fit for it. No Mushfiqur is without a doubt a misfortune for us yet we have a major crew and some quality players to supplant him.

Bangladesh haven’t had the best of results in the T20 design this year, losing each of the three games against New Zealand while they dealt with a 2-1 series win against Zimbabwe. “We realize we need to improve and that is self-evident however there is an interaction and we haven’t played numerous T20 in the course of the most recent one year. The T20 series against New Zealand was disillusioning however we played truly well against Zimbabwe and we are certain that we can get a few positives moving into the series,” Domingo said.

The mentor likewise said he isn’t losing any rest in spite of the two ordinary openers – Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das – set to miss the series. He said Shakib Al Hasan could play at the very best point of the request if necessary, joining forces Naim Sheik, as Soumya Sarkar has a physical issue concern.

“Initially there is no significant injury concern. Soumya Sarkar is recuperating from a mild strain that’s conveying from Zimbabwe however i’m really sure that he are going to be fit,” said Domingo. “We have a long batting request. Clearly Shakib is there and he could enter the initial spot while Mithun may be a center request batsman and he can bat at the highest too.”

The five T20Is are booked for August 3, 4, 6, 7 and 9 at the SBNS, with all matches set to start at 6:00 PM nearby time.

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