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Australian opener David Warner wished his teammate from Sunrisers Hyderabad Mustafizur Rahman ahead of the Test series against them starting in a few days time. After the pay dispute was resolved between the management and the Australian cricketers, the tour of Bangladesh will commence according to plan.
Mustafizur who has been suffering from various injuries of late will be seen in action against Australia. Taking to his twitter handle Mustafizur wrote, “Heading to Chittagong for next seven days training session prior to the Australia series. #Chittagong #PortCity”. It is expected to be a good series given the fact the Bangla Tigers have improved by leaps and bounds in the longest format of the game.
— Mustafizur Rahman (@Mustafiz90) August 4, 2017
Warner who is the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League wished his teammate ahead of the tour. Taking to his twitter handle, Warner wrote, “Good luck champion see you soon.” It must be learnt that Warner is the captain of Mustafizur in the Indian Premier League and the Bangladesh left-arm pacer has been delivered for Warner whenever he has got the opportunity especially in the 2016 season.
Good luck champion see you soon 😂😂. 👌👌💪🏻💪🏻 https://t.co/3Ud2K4maPZ
— David Warner (@davidwarner31) August 4, 2017
The Cutter specialist broke into the scene in 2015 and made an immediate impact in the ODI against India. He single handedly helped Bangladesh clinch a sensational series win against India by a 2-1 margin. The Indian batsmen had no answer to the cutter bowled the left arm pacer. He began with 6wickets in the opening encounter at Dhaka and backed it up with a match winning performance in the 2nd ODI as well.
Meanwhile, Warner also expressed his relief after the pay dispute between the players and the management was solved. It also means that the upcoming series against Bangladesh, India and the Ashes later in the year will as per plan. Bangladesh, on the other hand, will look to win their first ever Test against the Aussies. It might definitely prove to be a tough task but given their performance of late an upset cannot be ruled out