Mohammad Saifuddin set to miss home series against Pakistan

Mohammad Saifuddin. File Photo

Mohammad Saifuddin. File Photo

Bangladesh’s injured pace bowling all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin, who was supplanted in the continuous ICC World T20 because of a back physical issue, is good to go to miss the impending home series against Pakistan, scheduled from November.

Bangladesh Cricket Board boss doctor Debashish Chowdhury affirmed the improvement to Cricbuzz adding that he should take rest for no less than one month prior to starting his recovery program to recuperate from pressure crack.

“He (Saifuddin) has a pressure injury,” said Debashish on Thursday (October 28). ‘Following a month’s rest he will begin his recovery program.”

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Bangladesh will have Pakistan after the fulfillment of the current year’s T20 World Cup in November for three T20Is and two Tests that will be essential for the continuous World Test Championship cycle.

The will start with the T20Is at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka, with games on November 19, 20 and 22.

Mohammad Saifuddin, who got back to Dhaka on Thursday, didn’t wish to talk regarding the matter refering to he was resentful about missing the World Cup for Bangladesh. As per a group official, the 24-year-old whined about torment on the left half of his back after Bangladesh’s last game, against Sri Lanka.

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