CricketHemp wants Bangladesh batters to make ‘good decisions’ on tough wickets
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Bangladesh’s batting concerns ahead of Super 8 stage at ICC T20 World Cup

Despite reaching the Super 8s at the ICC T20 World Cup, Bangladesh is facing significant challenges with their batting performance. The team’s struggles with the bat have been evident, especially with the top order consistently failing to deliver. Without strong contributions from their bowlers, Bangladesh may find it difficult to progress further in the tournament.

Placed in a tough Super 8 group alongside Australia, India, and Afghanistan, Bangladesh will need to focus on putting up big runs on the board. The team’s batting coach, David Hemp, emphasized the importance of not falling short by 15 to 20 runs, which has been a recurring issue in the group stages.

Hemp highlighted the need for Bangladesh to assess the pitch and conditions accurately to adapt their batting strategy accordingly. Making good decisions and adjustments to the playing surface will be crucial for the team’s success in the upcoming matches.

Bangladesh skipper Najmul Hossain’s poor form with the bat is a major concern, as he has struggled to make an impact in the tournament so far. However, Hemp expressed confidence in out-of-form batsman Litton Kumar Das, believing that he has the ability to bounce back and contribute effectively to the team.

As Bangladesh prepares for the Super 8 stage, they will need to address their batting woes and focus on executing a more effective game plan to secure victories in the tournament. By making smart decisions and adapting to the conditions, Bangladesh can improve their chances of success in the ICC T20 World Cup.