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Sakib Al Hasan is willing to return in practice

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Shakib wants to comeback soon. Picture: ICC

The world class all rounder wants to return in the den.

So Shakib Al Hasan will start his practice session in England from next month. It’s kind of preparation he took before 2019 World Cup.

Typical Shakib who knows how to make a statement or entry. One of the best in the world, no wonder why.

Sakib Al Hasan has been banned from all form of crickets for one year for breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.

The ICC ban will be ended on October 29 in this year.

As a result, he is expecting to return in the field this year.

Before that he wants to start practicing to keep himself fit. 

In a recent interview with popular cricket website Cricinfo Sakib said, “I have to return to practice from next month. I have three months to prepare myself well. I haven’t done anything in so many days. These three months are enough to take yourself to the ideal shape for cricket. That’s the plan for now. The next two weeks will be spent caring for the girls. Then I will focus on cricket”.

All the scheduled series of the Tigers have been suspended due to Coronavirus. As a result, not only Shakib but cricketers of almost all countries have been out of cricket for a long time.

After recovering from COVID-19, Mashrafe is also returning to practice after Eid-Al-Adha.

Nine cricketers have  already started their training session at four different venues across the country since yesterday (July 19).

And other cricketers are also joining this practice slowly.

Speaking about his practice, Mashrafe said, “I am not completely healthy yet. I hope I can start practicing again after Eid. ”

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