Bangladesh's new coach hopes to beat Afghanistan in a unique event

DHAKA: the new head coach of Bangladesh Russell Sunday On Tuesday, he backed his accusations of beating Afghanistan in the one-off Test that begins on Thursday, provided they can generate enough pressure on the opposition.

We have to focus on our processes and be patient. We have to generate pressure against Afghanistan. If we can do those things, the results will come our way, Domingo told reporters in the port city of Chittagong on Tuesday.

The unique test series against Afghanistan at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong will be the first assignment for Sunday, who was appointed head coach of Bangladesh in August to replace English. Steve Rhodes .

The 45-year-old South African said he did not intend to make any changes to the system that already worked for Bangladesh.

It will be my first test for Bangladesh. I want to see how they work. And it is difficult to make general changes to a system that has worked really well in the last two tests, he said.

I am sitting to see how things work for the first Test. The selectors and Shakib (Al Hasan) have led me to think a certain way, and I'm quite comfortable with that before I print my way to the team. he added.

This will be the first meeting of Afghanistan against Bangladesh in Cricket test and only the third in general after they were granted Test status last year.

The coach of Bangladesh, Domingo, found that the rotating attack on the visiting side was threatening because of his charges.

We know how dangerous your bowling attack can be in limited overload cricket. Look, it's a different format, but we will definitely pose threats in the coming days, he said.

They have some winners of matches in Nabi (Mohammad) and Rashid Khan. They are fantastic bowlers. We have to make sure we respect them while we are looking to score some runs against them, he added.

Afghanistan will also play a tournament of twenty Twenty20 nations starting September 13 with Zimbabwe and host Bangladesh.

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