Bangladesh cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim trusts that their up and coming visit to New Zealand would fill in as a perfect readiness for the prospective 2019 cricket World Cup.
While conceding that New Zealand will be a troublesome competition, Rahim said that their group would do well against the Black Caps.
‘It will be a troublesome test in New Zealand. India won the ODI arrangement however New Zealand contended truly energetically. They have a great bowling assault yet I trust that our group will progress admirably,’ ESPNcricinfo cited Rahim, as saying.
‘It will be the perfect planning in front of the World Cup. There might be high-scoring matches. On the off chance that we can defeat those difficulties, it will just help us for the future,’ he included.
Bangladesh played their most recent one-day arrangement against West Indies in December a year ago. From that point forward, they have been playing only the T20 matches. In any case, Rahim feels that a training match before the beginning of the competition would turn out to be helpful for them.
‘In a perfect world there ought to be seven days’ break (after the BPL) yet at the same time, our first diversion is on February 13. So we have seven or eight days left. We are in match practice, so there can’t be anything superior to that. It causes you wellness savvy as well,’ he said.
Bangladesh and New Zealand are slated to play three one-day internationals pursued by a three-coordinate Test arrangement from February 13 to March 20.