Bangladesh Cricketer Liton Das will miss the approaching home series against Australia because of some individual reaons. Bangladesh Cricket Board’s cricket activities administrator Akram Khan affirmed the improvement to Cricbuzz on Monday (July 26) adding that Liton is required to fly back soon from Zimbabwe to be with his weak relative.
The opener had missed the last two T20Is against Zimbabwe because of a thigh injury and was required to be inaccessible for the two or three rounds of the five-match T20I series against Australia. “Liton is required to urge back soon as he must be there for the relative who is exhausted . He was not accessible for the initial two T20s and we can’t utter a word on the off chance that somebody says that he needs to be with his sickly relatives,” Akram told Cricbuzz.
Prior, Mushfiqur Rahim had picked to leave the Zimbabwe visit halfway to be with his debilitated guardians and he will not participate in the home series against Australia just as he missed the cutoff time of finishing 10-day obligatory isolate, an essential for any cricketer joining the air pocket from outside. Tamim Iqbal, as well, isn’t accessible for the series because of his knee restoration which is probably going to keep him out for somewhere around two months.