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Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Bangladesh geared up for hot and humid conditions of UAE - Mahmudullah

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Mahmudullah, Bangladesh's accomplished batsman, said that they have to adjust to hot and damp conditions rapidly keeping in mind the end goal to prevail in the up and coming Asia Cup, beginning from September 15.

Bangladesh achieved UAE this week with a specific end goal to get themselves acclimatized to the conditions. "Right now, it is very muggy, yet as expert players we need to adjust to [different] conditions and grasp the circumstance that comes our direction, and we need to take it advance on a positive note," said Mahmudullah in front of their thorough instructional meeting at Dubai Sports City's ICC Academy.

Bangladesh, who are set in Group B nearby Afghanistan and Sri Lanka, will go up against Sri Lanka in the opening round of the competition. Mahmudullah included that they would take motivation from the way that they have set up some great exhibitions against the Island country in the ongoing past.

"I think we have some great past recollections against Sri Lanka from a couple of months back,'' said Mahmudullah. ''Sri Lanka is a decent group, and they are playing great cricket and we must be getting it done to beat them. We have been planning great at home. So ideally we can convey."

Mahmudullah additionally said that as a senior batsman he is hoping to shore up the obligation and make indispensable commitments. "It generally feels great to add to the group and if the group is winning it feels far superior. I will endeavor to keep it straightforward and attempt and contribute as much as I can. Frankly, I think every one of the groups are playing great cricket right now, every match is essential. We can't stand to unwind, and we have to take it diversion by amusement, with the goal that we can do well in the main stage."

Mahmudullah likewise noticed that exiles who are living in UAE, will give them additional inspiration to perform. "Ideally, we will get a great group here in light of the fact that a lot of Bangladeshis live here, and we trust they will turn out and bolster us and we would like to convey some great outcomes for them,'' watched Mahmuduallah.

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