Bangladesh v New Zealand, only T20I, Mirpur November 5, 2013

Bangladesh aim for T20 improvement

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Match facts

November 6, 2013
Start time 1330 local (0730 GMT)

Big Picture

This is probably the best time for Bangladesh to begin fixing their horrible Twenty20 record. They have lost six of their last seven matches, and went down to teams like Netherlands and Scotland in recent times. A fast improving team in the ODI format, Bangladesh have not yet adapted to the game's shortest version.

New Zealand, on the other hand, are a skilled team in this format and could use it to end their tour of Bangladesh positively, after failing to win a Test and losing the ODIs 0-3. Led by Kyle Mills, they performed a little better in the final one-dayer, scoring 307 for 5 but were let down by the bowlers.

New Zealand are bolstered by Luke Ronchi in the middle order while Corey Anderson, Jimmy Neesham and Grant Elliott will be expected to pull weight as allrounders. Their pace attack has struggled and so has their solitary spinner in Nathan McCullum. The absence of more quality slow bowlers has been a weakness in these conditions.

Bangladesh are in a happy position. They won the ODI series after drawing the Tests and would love to mark their authority in all formats, something they have never done against a higher-ranked side.

Form guide

Bangladesh WLLLL (last five matches, most recent first)
New Zealand LWTLW

Watch out for

Colin Munro made 85 in his first opportunity on this tour and justified his selection by dominating the spinners in the middle overs. He should be an automatic pick for the Twenty20 match.

Nasir Hossain is becoming Bangladesh's finisher in one-day cricket. He would like to do the same thing in Twenty20s but because of the batting order he hardly gets a decent hit in this format. He's a dangerous batsman in the end overs, and will keep New Zealand on their toes once again.

Team news

New Zealand found an opening combination that worked in the third ODI so they might use the same pair. The middle and lower order batted well too, so the changes might be in the bowling group. Mitchell McClenaghan may be rested, and Tim Southee may return.

New Zealand (likely): 1 Anton Devcich, 2 Tom Latham, 3 Grant Elliott, 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Luke Ronchi (wk), 6 Corey Anderson, 7 Colin Munro, 8 Nathan McCullum, 9 Tim Southee, 10 Kyle Mills (capt), 11 Adam Milne

Tamim Iqbal has been ruled out with a stomach strain, which is likely to keep him out of action for two to four weeks.* Captain Mushfiqur hinted that Soumya Sarkar, the newcomer, could make his Twenty20 debut. It will however be tricky to find a spot for Ziaur Rahman, who is a good Twenty20 player. Al-Amin Hossain could get a look in ahead of Rubel Hossain, whose form in this format hasn't been up to the mark.

Bangladesh (likely): 1 Soumya Sarkar, 2 Shamsur Rahman, 3 Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk), 4 Mominul Haque, 5 Naeem Islam, 6 Nasir Hossain, 7 Mahmudullah, 8 Sohag Gazi, 9 Abdur Razzak, 10 Mashrafe Mortaza, 11 Rubel Hossain/Al-Amin Hossain.

Stats and trivia

  • Ross Taylor is 92 runs short of becoming the third New Zealand batsman to score 1000 Twenty20 international runs. Brendon McCullum and Martin Guptill are the other two.
  • Ziaur Rahman has the best economy rate - 6.16 - among Bangladesh bowlers who have played more than one T20 international game.

Pitch and conditions

Because the game will start at 1.30 pm local time, the Mirpur pitch will be at its best for the batsmen. The Dhaka weather has again been cloudy, though.

Quotes

"We need to keep playing the way we are. When you get a winning feeling, you have to keep that going. The Twenty20 is really important for now and the 2014 World Twenty20 because we don't have many matches of this format going into the tournament."
Bangladesh coach Shane Jurgensen.

"If we can win the Twenty20 and go to Sri Lanka with some momentum, it would be great for the team."
New Zealand allrounder Colin Munro.

*10.25GMT, November 5: The preview was updated after the latest on Tamim Iqbal came in

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. He tweets here

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  • on November 6, 2013, 7:20 GMT

    @great chuker BD lost one day series in zim due to not only their performance but there are other things that work in favour of zim. it was the worst umpiring against BD cricket history from my point, and lack of preparations, practice matches.

  • on November 6, 2013, 7:20 GMT

    we dont care we will lose or win... we won the series...

  • on November 6, 2013, 7:15 GMT

    @Great_Chucker, I love your comment. it is so fascinating that you can not resist yourself saying that. but, hey!! does anyone care who wins in the world cup. come on mate, enjoy this series.

  • Great_Chucker on November 6, 2013, 7:03 GMT

    BD struggled against ZIM....BD is winning against weak NZ team and that too @home....win atleast one match in next year WC in AUS and the harp about these wins @home

  • on November 6, 2013, 6:55 GMT

    All of us pls pray for Bangladesh team..... for a better result....

  • on November 6, 2013, 6:41 GMT

    if want to try then try someone new in place mahmudullah and naeem islam. let stroke makers like bijoy(do not throw him, I see great potential in him just out of form now ), shamsur, zia more opportunity in this format. when trying a young with great potential give him enough opportunity like three series to showcase his talent with consistancy.

  • on November 6, 2013, 6:30 GMT

    Every1 said - NZ mayB win.... Why ? MayB they R better side as per record but we prove our strength in last ODI like Mission Impossible......... Who think Bangladesh can with after NZ got 307, If only1 think, that's me....... I am confident Bangladesh must win today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • on November 6, 2013, 5:56 GMT

    good luck bangladeshi tigers...........go for the kill again:D

  • zobaerbd on November 6, 2013, 5:19 GMT

    My choice for T20 Bangladesh side likely Ziaur Rahman; Shamsur Rahman; Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk); Mominul Haque; Naeem Islam; Nasir Hossain; Mahmudullah; Sohag Gazi; Abdur Razzak; Al-Amin Hossain; Rubel Hossain.

  • SSharif on November 6, 2013, 5:16 GMT

    For today's T20 match, I am torn apart between my brain and my heart.

    My brain says NZ will win. They are too good a side not to win a single match during this tour. Technically they are a better side, albeit lacking in confidence. On the other hand, our record in T20 is not that great. Our most flamboyant batsman and world's most prolific all rounder are not playing. After wining 3 ODI in a row, our boys may become a bit complacent, they may lose focus. NZ will be hungry for ending the tour on a winning note. They have nothing to write home about so far. They will fight tooth and nail. And we know how good a fighter NZ team is.

    My heart says BD will win. What about the new found confidence and hunger for success? What about our gradual improvement and growing maturity of the boys? What about the reco9rd of wining without any contribution from our big guns? What about the new found culture of collective performance instead o

  • on November 6, 2013, 7:20 GMT

    @great chuker BD lost one day series in zim due to not only their performance but there are other things that work in favour of zim. it was the worst umpiring against BD cricket history from my point, and lack of preparations, practice matches.

  • on November 6, 2013, 7:20 GMT

    we dont care we will lose or win... we won the series...

  • on November 6, 2013, 7:15 GMT

    @Great_Chucker, I love your comment. it is so fascinating that you can not resist yourself saying that. but, hey!! does anyone care who wins in the world cup. come on mate, enjoy this series.

  • Great_Chucker on November 6, 2013, 7:03 GMT

    BD struggled against ZIM....BD is winning against weak NZ team and that too @home....win atleast one match in next year WC in AUS and the harp about these wins @home

  • on November 6, 2013, 6:55 GMT

    All of us pls pray for Bangladesh team..... for a better result....

  • on November 6, 2013, 6:41 GMT

    if want to try then try someone new in place mahmudullah and naeem islam. let stroke makers like bijoy(do not throw him, I see great potential in him just out of form now ), shamsur, zia more opportunity in this format. when trying a young with great potential give him enough opportunity like three series to showcase his talent with consistancy.

  • on November 6, 2013, 6:30 GMT

    Every1 said - NZ mayB win.... Why ? MayB they R better side as per record but we prove our strength in last ODI like Mission Impossible......... Who think Bangladesh can with after NZ got 307, If only1 think, that's me....... I am confident Bangladesh must win today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • on November 6, 2013, 5:56 GMT

    good luck bangladeshi tigers...........go for the kill again:D

  • zobaerbd on November 6, 2013, 5:19 GMT

    My choice for T20 Bangladesh side likely Ziaur Rahman; Shamsur Rahman; Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk); Mominul Haque; Naeem Islam; Nasir Hossain; Mahmudullah; Sohag Gazi; Abdur Razzak; Al-Amin Hossain; Rubel Hossain.

  • SSharif on November 6, 2013, 5:16 GMT

    For today's T20 match, I am torn apart between my brain and my heart.

    My brain says NZ will win. They are too good a side not to win a single match during this tour. Technically they are a better side, albeit lacking in confidence. On the other hand, our record in T20 is not that great. Our most flamboyant batsman and world's most prolific all rounder are not playing. After wining 3 ODI in a row, our boys may become a bit complacent, they may lose focus. NZ will be hungry for ending the tour on a winning note. They have nothing to write home about so far. They will fight tooth and nail. And we know how good a fighter NZ team is.

    My heart says BD will win. What about the new found confidence and hunger for success? What about our gradual improvement and growing maturity of the boys? What about the reco9rd of wining without any contribution from our big guns? What about the new found culture of collective performance instead o

  • zobaerbd on November 6, 2013, 5:07 GMT

    Ziaur Rahman is a very good option for T20 format. He is both a pacer and slugger too, in T20 format we don't need any technically sound classical bats man. I think Al-amin hossain can be replacement of Masrafee as in his last 5 one day masrafee leak huge runs at late overs more then 15 runs per over. Inshallah we will finish the series with a great T20 win.

  • Fast_Track_Bully on November 6, 2013, 4:34 GMT

    I donot think BD can upset NZ in T20. NZ are a dangerous team when it comes to T20. They are the masters of the form which they introduced first. Even better than Aus and SA.

  • Manik_mia on November 6, 2013, 3:58 GMT

    Mominul is not only a good batsman but also a good spinner. Mushi over looked him in the last ODI. He always takes wicket even he is coming for one or two overs only. Hopefully he can be as good all rounder as Shakib one day.

  • on November 6, 2013, 2:31 GMT

    Ziaur Rahman is a slugger like Afridi. He can go any minute. I am not sure we need someone that unpredictable in the team.

  • on November 6, 2013, 0:33 GMT

    best of luck to Bangladesh for theit t20 match today they cleanrd sweeped new zeland In their ODIs 3.....0.

  • i_amVIVA on November 6, 2013, 0:18 GMT

    Anyone looking for a SUPER BANGLAWASH, bro, or will NZ save some face today, what your think? Also, did you see the comments from our past coach Siddons, isn't that undermining BD's progress, a bit insult to the Tigers' latest achievement, and merely self serving for his (Siddons's) own eyeing on the NZ coaching job.....

  • on November 5, 2013, 23:59 GMT

    looking preety that sevarel players fighting to enter in the bd squad like ziaur rahman.. let s see the final squad.....

  • Fogu on November 5, 2013, 22:43 GMT

    Mominul is the most technically sound player we have and he is also a natural stroke maker. He scores at a high rate. Key players like Mominul, Shakib, Tamim, Mushfique, Mashrafe, Nasir, Sohag should be in all format of the game. Others may come in and out based on the format and pitch condition. Zia is more of a T20 player but he is not technically sound. He style is more of "Jhore bok more" style as we say in Bengali. Good luck Tigers. Let finish the series in style. Go Tigers!

  • on November 5, 2013, 21:19 GMT

    Best of luck Bangladesh. I think they can do good only if they are not overexcited in T20I game.

  • BDcricketlover on November 5, 2013, 21:08 GMT

    Shakib will be missed greatly in this game. He is undoubtedly the best T20 player in Bangladesh team.

  • Ain_EL_Sabet on November 5, 2013, 20:54 GMT

    I wish Ziaur rahman play in place of mahmudullah becuz he is very handy economical t-20 pacer and a pinch hitter too. Masrafee is very expensive t-20 baller , specially at late overs he can leak too many runs to opponent. Al-amin could be a replacement for masrefee as alamin is economical with desciplined line and length.

  • on November 5, 2013, 19:31 GMT

    @ Titu Zaman: Mominul/Nasir not suited for T20! Really! Nasir's strike rate is 120.63 and average 25.33, whereas corresponding figure for Tamim is 109.50 and 24.00 and Shakib's is 125.71 and 20.30! Should we look for their replacement also? In the 3 matches he played, Mominul's average is 35.00 and strike rate 140.00!In the recent ODI series, Nasir scored at a rate of 104.34 and Mominul at 94.02.Because Mominul was very good in tests, shouldn't mean he is not fit for T20I. Please check your figures before commenting!

  • iceaxe on November 5, 2013, 19:30 GMT

    NZ need to win this T20 to avoid embarrassment. Given the form of BD and their confidence, that will make the job a whole lot harder.

    Although a NZ supporter, I think this series shows a strong case for BD to be given better game time with the bigger players.

  • Baundele on November 5, 2013, 18:02 GMT

    Tamim is not needed in T20; but Shakib is equivalent to 3 players in this format. I have a feeling that Rahim will win the match for us.

  • on November 5, 2013, 17:53 GMT

    Mahmudullah shouldn't be kept on the squad. He is neither a good hitter of the ball nor he can contain the batsmen from scoring fast. I personally don't like Ziaur Rahman but he should get a chance instead of Mahmudullah. Zia has reputation for his big hitting which can be proved as quite handy at the death overs or in a period where quick scoring is required. Zia can have a go on his bowling, that too is quite handy in this format of the game.

  • Warm_Coffee on November 5, 2013, 17:43 GMT

    Win, tie or lose doesn't really matter for Bangladesh as we already performed exceptionally well in the main forms. Can't really see Bangladesh winning this T20 game against New Zealand anyway as we're missing too many of our top players but its a good way to know how Bangladesh may fare in the World T20 and what they need to do to qualifier for super 10 and perform exceedingly well in that tournament. Have to admit though that players like Naeem and Mahmudullah are not suited for this form as their record itself is very ordinary so instead its a good chance to try out new especially younger players as a stepping stone.

    I strongly advise BCB to arrange at least more T20 and ODI Cricket for Bangladesh so players can gain more International experience and also improve our teams rankings.

  • Dhali_BD_Fan on November 5, 2013, 17:24 GMT

    Ziaur Rahman - is a must in this game. He is a pinch hitter, he is a decent bowler (if needed) and he should be on a high after his last performance. Ryad, Naeem and Mominul are all very good, and I cannot imagine an BD ODI team without them but they all can be rested for T20 because T20 needs players like Tamin and Anamul. Mashrafe and Rubel (because of his new confidence and line) should be in the sqad as well. The pressure really is on BD, NZ don't have anything to loose, and we need to bring up our T20 scores. Best of luck to both teams!

  • on November 5, 2013, 17:02 GMT

    Players those are strong basically they should play all format of the game. Mominul is also as automatic choice for this criteria. I think he hit well as like ODI or test. No need to extra pace. A batsman who can makes a single in every good delivery he should play T20 cricket. If mominul can survives 3-5 to overs he can also it. Zia take place instead of Tamim. In the third ODI a fast fifty makes the match easy.

  • on November 5, 2013, 16:56 GMT

    As Bangladesh team management is thinking to give a go to Soumya Sarkar, specialist batsman, then I think we should drop Naeem Islam and pick Ziaur Rahman ahead of him. Recent days Naeem is in very good form, so it is hard to drop him. But he needs sometime to get settled, which is difficult to get in T20 format. So I would go with Ziaur Rahman ahead of Naeem Islam.

  • on November 5, 2013, 16:47 GMT

    BD doesn't have right combinations of players in T20. Batting order doesn't look right either. BD selectors need to do much better job to find the right combinations. Trying same pieces from Test/ODI to build a T20 team may not do any good for BD. Naeem and Mahmudullah are not T20 players. Even Mominul and Nasser are best suited for Test/ODI but not for T20. Bowling attack is not balanced either. BD need to go with 3 pacers and 2 spinners. It's time for BD to change the game plan and they must play with 3 pacers and 2 spinners. With 3 spinners in the lineup BD will not be competitive team in a ODI/T20. Somehow it will be difficult to win a game on the road especially seam friendly pitches.

  • on November 5, 2013, 16:47 GMT

    Sorry to say, Bangladesh are trying to fix a problem that doesn't exist!Ziaur Rahman should be an automatic choice in T20's; and the way Ziaur-Shamsur opening pair performed in the last ODI (61 from 7.4 overs), there is no need to look for an alternative.If Bangladesh are keen to give Soumya Sarkar a break, that should be at the expense of Rubel, who's T20 record is dismal (an economy rate of 10.06 after 7 games). That would add to the batting depth also.

  • on November 5, 2013, 15:10 GMT

    Try to open Bijoy with samsur rahman, How much Ziaur rahman can help i am not sure. players like them should give more opportunity in shorter format of the game. Do not put shamsur in test team for now. Just look at Rohit Sharma. One of the best in India still do not open his account in Test. So please give this boys more time on shorter format of the game to develop. Try Johurul or junaid on Test opener as Tamim partner.

  • on November 5, 2013, 15:05 GMT

    For T20 BD needs different kind of team, for now it is okay. If we find some other good replacement we can ease off Musfiq pressure by making someone T20 captain. i think our BCB,youth coaches and management should prepare future captains as well. Captaincy is very important part of game cricket. When BD have lots of matches it would be difficult for one captain to concentrate and constantly lead from the front in all formats. For that from now on we should also develop future captains as well. Players who can lead from the front should have a special eye by youth development managements. Example, NZ was struggling after flemming with consistent performance. Selectors should try different type of player for t20 those who can score easily in this format and bowl with variation on depth overs.

  • hasib9 on November 5, 2013, 14:59 GMT

    No Shakib, no Tamim? Naeem and Mominul are not T20 players! Zia should come in ahead of Naeem. Anamul in for Mominul would also work.

  • pt_pt on November 5, 2013, 14:29 GMT

    BD have all the momentum going into this game, NZ will be under pressure again. They will need to take early wickets to have any chance and turn things around.

  • i_amVIVA on November 5, 2013, 13:59 GMT

    @babs857: BD is still ranked below NZ, with just one ranking point difference, - 83 to 84, WI is 89.... we're closing the gap fast... keep going the TIGERS....and start the T20 from here on... Good Luck for tomorrow...

  • on November 5, 2013, 13:06 GMT

    This has got to be New Zealand's worst opening partnership since Mark Richardson played ODI's. Danny Morrison couldn't even pronounce Devcich's name

  • babs857 on November 5, 2013, 12:57 GMT

    Could anyone please tell me if Bangladesh upgraded to a higher position in ICC one day team ranking after winning the series by 3-0?

  • on November 5, 2013, 12:56 GMT

    Bangladesh team should be: 1.Shamsur Rahman 2.Ziaur Rahman 3.Soumya Sarker 4.Mominul Haque 5.Mushfiqur Rahim 6.Nasir Hossain 7.Mahmudullah Riad 8.Sohag Gazi 9.Abdur Razzak 10.Rubel Hossain 11.Al-amin Hossain

    Rubel should be given a chance to improve so rest mashrafee to give young al-amin a chance to play...But i think they'll drop rubel...& definitely drop Naeem to give Ziaur a chance....

  • Third_Gear on November 5, 2013, 12:41 GMT

    1. Ziaur Rahman, 2. Shamsur Rahman, 3.Soumya Sarkar 4. Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk), 5. Mominul Haque, 6. Naeem Islam, 7. Nasir Hossain, 7.8.Mahmudullah Riyad , 9. Sohag Gazi, 10. Abdur Razzak, 11 Mashrafe Mortaza. Rubel Hossain can be rested in T20, Zia and Soumya can bowl 4 overs to support Mashrafe's pace attack, which makes the batting strength deep untill 11th man.

  • British_North_America on November 5, 2013, 12:39 GMT

    Safa E Nafee I agree with you.Mominul is not a T20 player.

  • on November 5, 2013, 12:26 GMT

    I think dropping out mominul and instead taking ziaur rahman would be a very wise decision. Cause mominul is only good for test and odi not quite a t20 player.

  • Nebulous_navid on November 5, 2013, 11:52 GMT

    @saikat i dont think it will be a wise decision to drop riyad.zia did well in the opening.he should open with shamsur.bd must win this game for improving in the ranking.thats why they cant risk taking a new face agains a team which is very strong in t20.

  • on November 5, 2013, 11:43 GMT

    ZIA should in place of Ryad . He is not best in T20 . My Team :

    1 Soumya Sarkar, 2 Shamsur Rahman, 3 Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk), 4 Mominul Haque, 5 Naeem Islam, 6 Nasir Hossain, 7 ZIAUR RAHMAN , 8 Sohag Gazi, 9 Abdur Razzak, 10 Mashrafe Mortaza, 11 Rubel Hossain.

  • on November 5, 2013, 11:32 GMT

    Ryad shouldn't in T20 Team . I recommend ZIA in place Ryad . He can change the game anytime . Also Shusmoy should in Opening Position .

  • on November 5, 2013, 11:18 GMT

    I was eagerly waiting to enjoy Soumya's batting. actually i was counting days when he would get the call up in the national team. we used to play cricket together with Soumya at our school field in Satkhira.. & now im very glad to see him in the squad... wish him all the best :)

  • on November 5, 2013, 10:56 GMT

    The new pair gave Bangladesh a flying start in the last math then why Bangladesh team looking to break that pair in T20?

  • SaroarIslam on November 5, 2013, 10:37 GMT

    It's a real chance for BD to prove thier worth in t20 format. .we are not done well in this format previously. .so it's a great chance for us to do well in this format and end the series on a high. .on the other hand NZ probaly will play allout game to regain some momentum. .i am very excited about this match

  • on November 5, 2013, 10:26 GMT

    nz shuld bring their best bowlers for the tour like bolt. bolt, southee, mcclenaghan, bennett, milne make good attack. NZ will be fine when ryder, guptill, vettori, bennett returns. Now NZ should win the series in s.l, then at home against w.i and clean sweep India.

  • on November 5, 2013, 10:12 GMT

    Nz team is mix of young blood which will surely explode in this format... Neshaam need a place here he can take the bowlers apart!!!

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  • on November 5, 2013, 10:12 GMT

    Nz team is mix of young blood which will surely explode in this format... Neshaam need a place here he can take the bowlers apart!!!

  • on November 5, 2013, 10:26 GMT

    nz shuld bring their best bowlers for the tour like bolt. bolt, southee, mcclenaghan, bennett, milne make good attack. NZ will be fine when ryder, guptill, vettori, bennett returns. Now NZ should win the series in s.l, then at home against w.i and clean sweep India.

  • SaroarIslam on November 5, 2013, 10:37 GMT

    It's a real chance for BD to prove thier worth in t20 format. .we are not done well in this format previously. .so it's a great chance for us to do well in this format and end the series on a high. .on the other hand NZ probaly will play allout game to regain some momentum. .i am very excited about this match

  • on November 5, 2013, 10:56 GMT

    The new pair gave Bangladesh a flying start in the last math then why Bangladesh team looking to break that pair in T20?

  • on November 5, 2013, 11:18 GMT

    I was eagerly waiting to enjoy Soumya's batting. actually i was counting days when he would get the call up in the national team. we used to play cricket together with Soumya at our school field in Satkhira.. & now im very glad to see him in the squad... wish him all the best :)

  • on November 5, 2013, 11:32 GMT

    Ryad shouldn't in T20 Team . I recommend ZIA in place Ryad . He can change the game anytime . Also Shusmoy should in Opening Position .

  • on November 5, 2013, 11:43 GMT

    ZIA should in place of Ryad . He is not best in T20 . My Team :

    1 Soumya Sarkar, 2 Shamsur Rahman, 3 Mushfiqur Rahim (capt & wk), 4 Mominul Haque, 5 Naeem Islam, 6 Nasir Hossain, 7 ZIAUR RAHMAN , 8 Sohag Gazi, 9 Abdur Razzak, 10 Mashrafe Mortaza, 11 Rubel Hossain.

  • Nebulous_navid on November 5, 2013, 11:52 GMT

    @saikat i dont think it will be a wise decision to drop riyad.zia did well in the opening.he should open with shamsur.bd must win this game for improving in the ranking.thats why they cant risk taking a new face agains a team which is very strong in t20.

  • on November 5, 2013, 12:26 GMT

    I think dropping out mominul and instead taking ziaur rahman would be a very wise decision. Cause mominul is only good for test and odi not quite a t20 player.

  • British_North_America on November 5, 2013, 12:39 GMT

    Safa E Nafee I agree with you.Mominul is not a T20 player.