Tigers’ practice may start in August: Nannu
Published: 05:26 PM, 13 July 2020
Minhajul Abedin Nannu, chief selector of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team
As the international cricket has returned to the stadium without spectators, now cricketers are waiting for playing on the country’s cricket ground, however, the game will resume only when the coronavirus situation in the country is normal, but the practice of the national team may start in the middle August, said Minhajul Abedin Nannu, chief selector of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team, on Monday.
A list of 34 national team cricketers and 26 high-performance cricketers has been prepared – with whom the conditioning camp may start in mid-August, he said.
Nannu said, “It is not possible to start the practice before the second week of August. However, in this case, a government order will be required. What if the government does not give permission? We are already prepared. We are thinking of training with 34 members of the national team and 26 members of the high-performance players. Only players of three formats will be here.”
It was learned that cricket will return to the country’s field after Eid. However, it all depends on the decision of the government.