Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal has been ruled out of the forthcoming visit through New Zealand because of a thumb injury. Bangladesh Cricket Board’s central doctor Debashish Chowdhury affirmed the opener’s inaccessibility for the visit, adding that he will require rest for one month to recuperate from the injury that he maintained while playing in the Everest Premier League in Nepal.
Tamim Iqbal counseled a doctor in England on November 22 to evaluate his condition, and was subsequently exhorted not to take the field for a month. “He (Tamim Iqbal) met the doctor and they have encouraged him to require a one month rest however he will not need any medical procedure,” Debashish told “All things considered, he’s feeling the loss of the New Zealand visit.”
Bangladesh are relied upon to leave for New Zealand in the last piece of December to play two Tests, which will be important for the groups’ World Test Championship 2021-23 cycle. Bangladesh will launch the new year by playing the initial game at the Bay Oval in Tauranga from January 1-5. The groups then, at that point, head south to Christchurch for the subsequent apparatus, beginning on January 9.