The cricketers will resume training from Thursday under a newly made bubble, as informed by Dr. Debashish Chowdhury, the chief physician of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
Bangladesh's tour of Sri Lanka was postponed indefinitely few days ago. Before this, the cricketers were given a break from the bio-secure bubble. The cricketers will resume training from Thursday under a newly made bubble, as informed by Dr. Debashish Chowdhury, the chief physician of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
The cricketers called up to the skill camp and the ones called up to the under-19 camp will be under separate bio-secure bubbles in Dhaka and at the BKSP respectively. "The samples of the national team cricketers, the under-19 cricketers and the supporting staff have been collected today. Based on the results of Covid-19 testing, the national team players will check in to the Pan Pacific Sonargoan and the under-19 cricketers will resume training at the BKSP tomorrow," said Chowdhury.
"The BCB with the help of the health ministry and BKSP has included the venues, gymnasiums, vehicles on which the players will ride and all the things that the players will use in the bio-secure bubbles. We are trying to connect all the smaller bubbles to make it a general one and maintain it," he added.
Bangladesh were supposed to play a three-match Test series against Sri Lanka as part of the World Test Championship in October. But due to the disagreement between the two boards regarding the quarantine period, it has been indefinitely postponed. However, the New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has announced the schedule of Bangladesh's tour of New Zealand which will take place in March next year. The visitors will play three ODIs and three T20Is on that tour.
The BCB are planning to bring back cricket in Bangladesh soon and it will soon arrange a domestic competition, according to the president of BCB Nazmul Hassan.