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5 December, 2016 00:00 00 AM
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Mash thinks it’s tough to bowl at NZ condition

Sports Reporter

Bangladesh ODI and T20 skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza thinks bowling at Australia-New Zealand condition will be tough more than scoring, stating that bowlers should hone their bowling skills and techniques ahead of the next series against the Black Caps.

He also said that they have nothing to take from BPL except confidence as they will not get any similarity between wicket and condition of that condition.
“It would be better for a player if he thinks about confidence that he got from the BPL rather than he will not get any similarity with anything. We will go for playing in New Zealand, where there will be no similarity with wickets and condition,” said Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.
“It would not be happened if you think I played well I will do the same thing in New Zealand that would be wrong. Wicket and condition will be different there. Scoring will be easier than here. It may be that those who scored runs they might be confident,” Mortaza told reporters.
“Bowling will be tough there than here. Bowlers have to do more work for there. Those who were in runs and wickets that will definitely will help them,” he added.
He said that scoring comparatively is tough in Bangladesh condition than New Zealand, Australia and South Africa condition.
“The trend of the wickets in New Zealand, Australia and South Africa has been changed than the past. Now it becomes tough to score in Bangladesh condition. When we heard New Zealand, Australia and South Africa we think it would be seaming condition. Actually there is nothing like that,” the pace spearhead said.
“If you look at their games, you will get to see 350-400 runs are being scored in almost every game in one day. Batsmen got more benefit to score runs. But it would be different in Test. I think if batsmen are mentally prepared, it would then be easier to make runs,” he also said.   
When asked about Soumya Sarkar, who passed a patchy form throughout the BPL for Rangpur Riders, Mashrafe said, “It may be that he can’t make big score. Today he got off to a good start but was out. He was at wickets for a longer period. I think he could judge bowl well. But he has been out,” the shorter-formats captain told about opener Soumya Sarkar.

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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
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