Winning ODI series against test playing countries is a rare case for
After the impressive 5-run victory over England in Bristol, Bangladesh is now eyeing on a rare series win against England by winning the third and the final match of the series on 12 July at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
With captain Mashrafe Mortaza coming back in action after his injury lay-off,
There are, in fact, two major reasons behind
Some people may disagree by showing the performances of Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan over the last one year. However, Tamim has an ODI batting average of less than 30 and Shakib’s batting average in ODI is around 33. Compared to other Bangladeshi batsmen, it seems to be pretty good, but they are yet to reach international standard.
Secondly, Bangladeshi players can not perform together. Most of the time, their individual performances come in different matches. When Tamim scores a well-played fifty, Ashraful, Shakib and others fail, while Ashraful scores a big score, other fails to contribute.
Now, they must get over these two problems, if