Bangladesh skipper Mashrafee bin Murtaza hinted that though he is not willing to make wholesale changes but it can happen if they are forced to change their plans due to weather.
Since the morning there was rain in Cardiff that forced the Tigers to prepare them inside the indoor rather than having a go at the ground, known to be their favorite hunting place.
Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs in the tournament opener and thereafter lost the game to New Zealand by two wickets but not before producing a massive fight. The Tigers made their moderate 244 count in the batting-friendly surface to raise the prospect of a thrilling victory but the Kiwis lower order held their nerve to defy them.
‘’The plan is to change according to conditions, and I don't think so much change is going to help team much,’’ said Mashrafee.
‘’But it depends, you know, if it's keep -- if it's raining like this, we have to think about it. If not, then obviously, there is the management, as well,’’ he said.
‘’They will think about it. If someone will come with different plans, we will think about it.But at the moment, know, we haven't thought much about it,’’ he said.
‘’Weather also can be an issue,’’ he concluded.
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