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Cricket news - "Preparations going to be very rushed for NZ ODIs" - Rhodes

Bangladesh travel to New Zealand to play three Tests, three ODls and two T20Is

Steve Rhodes, the Bangladesh head coach, believed that the gates, who played in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) is far from the ideal preparation for their upcoming tour of new Zealand in February, where they will play three Tests, three One-day internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.

"Let' s keep the change quiet of the new Zealanders, we have played on these wickets," Rhodes said on Friday (18. January). "It is far from the ideal preparation, the way we can go straight from the BPL in ODIs in new Zealand. But what we can do about it.. This is a fantastic tournament, it needed to fit, and it is the only plug-in was the place. We understand that.

"We know that preparation is very rushed for the ODIs against new Zealand, but we with that, and we will give our best and try to win games, in front of us. The Test boys are different; you have to prepare a little more, the specialist Test guys, and acclimatise in new Zealand, so that should be no problem," he said.

The wickets produced in the BPL have been the big talk since the beginning of the sixth edition, because it hardly produces enough to be running first, and if it proves to be wrong in the last stages, there are questions in terms of pace and bounce due to the lack of grass. On the contrary, Bangladesh to new Zealand on grass wickets with enough jump power.in them

"You will probably not stand the test of bowlers is enough, with these conditions, but it certainly tests the batsman. I have no problems with the groundsmen in Bangladesh, they try their best in order to produce said, the best possible wickets for the T20 cricket", Rhodes. "A lot of cricket was played in Sylhet, Mirpur and Chittagong. So we are in the stage of the season, if the actual seats are always beat up pretty bad. In the ideal case, more grass, leave a little on the wicket would certainly help. Some of the Bangladeshi Spinner probably not, but it would be the ball on the racket, probably a little bit more," he said.

Rhodes added that Bangladesh, the world Cup preparation starts in full swing, before your tour to Ireland, where they play a tri-nation series with the Windies as the third team, also for services in the BPL, will hardly have an impact on the selection.

"We have a small camp in Mirpur, before we get to Ireland, you will experience some good cricket against the West Indies and Ireland and get used to the cold of Ireland and moisture. Slowly the gates you will begin to dry, by the time we get to England. I think with the Ireland-preparation, we are in a good place, if we look at the world Cup in England. I hope to win until then, our team would have worn, very difficult to do, certainly in new Zealand. If we can keep producing some good results, then we are cricket in the right direction, in ODI.

"The BPL, I don't think we get carried away with the benefits, regardless of whether the player is good or not so good. It is a completely different format to fifty overs and, as you know, the fifty-over game, the ODI game, we have done quite well recently. So I'm not getting to carried away, but having said that we all expect from our players. They will expect you to as well. It does not reflect too much on selection for the world Cup, but it doesn't hurt. If you play well in this tournament, in front of the TV, the fans, the selectors, and your fellow professional players from all over the world, then it is only a good thing," he added.

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