Star Batter Of Bangladesh Has Been Ruled Out From ODI Series Against India

Blistering opener batter and skipper of Bangladesh team Tamim Iqbal has been ruled out from the three-match ODIs series against India, and he is also unsure about the first test match of the series.

Tamim suffered from a groin injury in the warm-up at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on November 30th, and he has been suggested for two-week rest.

The ODIs series against India will end on December 10th, whereas the first test match will begin on December 14th. Thus, Tamim will also probably miss out on the first test match.

Earlier, Taskin Ahmed was ruled from the first game of the series, and now the injury of skipper Tamim is a significant blow for the Bangladeshi tigers against a much tougher opponent like India. Shoriful Islam has been added as the replacement for Taskin Ahmed in the ODI squad.

Bangladeshi Cricket Board chief Minhajul Abedin said, “Taskin is ruled out from the opening game of the ODIs as his back pain recurred. We will be seeing his progress before taking further decisions regarding his participation.”

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