The decision on whether Shakib al Hasan will play in the first Test against India, which will be played at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, will be decided after evaluating the all-rounder later that evening, according to Russell Domingo, the head coach of Bangladesh.
Since the morning in ZACs, Shakib has been the center of attention. He left the practice area to get his ribs examined by a doctor after Umran Malik injured them during the recently finished ODI series in Dhaka.
According to Cricbuzz, Shakib underwent a scan in Dhaka, and nothing serious turned up. The all-rounder continued to feel at ease in his ribcage, but decided to undergo another examination on Tuesday.
"He was sent in an ambulance even though it was nothing serious because there was no other option. Shakib went to the doctor because he was feeling a little stiff "On Tuesday, a BCB representative told Cricbuzz.
After 30 minutes, Shakib returned to the arena and even decided to participate in a 16-minute net session. Before accepting throwdowns from Jamie Siddons, he batted against the spinners for ten minutes.
Domingo stated during the pre-game news conference that they are unsure of Shakib's availability for the first Test against India as Shakib was practicing his batting in the nets.
"To make sure he is okay, we will phone later this afternoon while we are still evaluating him. He is still having some little rib and shoulder pain. I'm hoping he can continue hitting balls so he can go check on him this afternoon "At the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Tuesday, Domingo spoke to media.
Taskin Ahmed won't be participating in the first Test, according to Domingo. The bowler was forced to sit out the first two One Day Internationals of the three match series against India due to a back issue.
Domingo declared, "We are not going to risk Taskin in the first Test." "He just returned from a layoff and some injections. It might not be good for him to have to bowl for a day and a half in Chattogram's weather."
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