Performance is being taken as the top priority for Bangladesh as they are build their squad for the upcoming ICC World T20 2016, going to be held in India.
The selectors would be forming a preliminary squad for the mega T20 event which would consist of 25-27 players. Now, according to selectors, these players would not only comprise of regular players who represent Bangladesh but also who has played for the country in the past and currently is performing very well in their respective circuit and someone who has performed greatly in domestic matches and looks to be gifted a berth in World T20 squad.
“Someone might not have played for Bangladesh in the recent past but is doing very well. He could do better if given the chance. We have considered all these things,” chief selector Faruque Ahmed said.
“From the first week of next month, the national team will commence the camp. The conditioning camp will be followed by skill practice. The squad will be announced in a couple of days,” said Faruque.
The selectors would be sending the preliminary squad list to the Bangladesh Cricket Board soon. The performance in Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) would also be taken into account but selectors would not entirely depend on it in order to make their ‘best team possible’ for the upcoming World T20 tournament.
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