We are doubtful to go with a three-seam conflict in India Test, says Bangladesh bowling coach

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Fatullah (Bangladesh): Ahead of a usually cricket Test opposite India starting Wednesday, Bangladesh bowling manager Heath Streak pronounced it was doubtful that a hosts would opt for 3 seamers during a venue where gait bowling has mostly been ineffective.

“We are doubtful to go with a three-seam conflict on this wicket. We are substantially looking during dual though it is adult to a manager and selectors, once they have a improved demeanour during a wicket as we get closer to a game,” Streak was quoted as observant by ESPNcricinfo.

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The lapse of Rubel Hossain from damage and a coherence of Mohammad Shahid have been welcomed by a bowling coach.

“Obviously it is good to have Rubel behind in a equation. Normally wickets here are utterly tough for a quick bowlers so it requires a lot of patience. Shahid bowled unequivocally good in a Pakistan array and showed what he can do. Rubel had been in good form before to his injury,” a 41-year-old said.

Currently, Hossain has a Test bowling normal of 75.90 — a misfortune among bowlers who have bowled a smallest of 3,000 deliveries — and takes a wicket roughly each 116 balls. But his form in One-Day Internationals (ODI), given his four-wicket transport opposite England in a World Cup, has helped him keep his place in a Test side.

Shahid showed that he can be relied on to take a effort in Tests. He bowled 60 overs in his initial dual Tests, that enclosed 41 in a second Test in Dhaka after Shahadat Hossain got harmed in a initial over of a match.