Bangladesh Cricket team to skip practice game in Oman before T20 WC.

Bangladesh will avoid their solitary practice game in Oman to stay ensured during their six-day required bio-bubble, an essential for the impending ICC T20 World Cup, said Bangladesh Cricket Board official on Tuesday.

Cricbuzz prior detailed that Bangladesh will make a trip to Oman for readiness of ICC World T20 and as indicated by an agenda delivered by the BCB, Bangladesh will leave for Oman on October 3 for seven days in length camp.

BCB authorities demanded that they were in chats with their Oman partner so they could mastermind a training game however it was rejected without a second to spare as it would have put their six-day obligatory bio-bubble in danger.

”We will have a six-day quarantine in Oman and in the event that we play the training game against a nearby group, the bio-air pocket might be put in danger. So we chose to skirt the training game,” BCB official affirmed to Cricbuzz on Tuesday when his consideration was drawn with regards to the training game.

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“We will play our two authority warm-up games in the UAE,” he added.

Bangladesh will go through room quarantine for a day before they complete four-day practice meetings in Muscat. They will later head out to the UAE on October 9 and will be isolated until the following day.

Bangladesh will partake in two booked warm-up matches against Sri Lanka and Ireland on October 12 and 14 in Abu Dhabi before they fly again to Oman on October 15 to highlight in the passing occasion of the competition.

Bangladesh will take on Scotland in their first passing match on October 17 preceding they take on Oman and PNG individually on October 19 and 21.

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