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T20 World Cup: Recent sequence wins over Australia and New Zealand will assist Bangladesh do effectively, says Shakib Al Hasan

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All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan says Bangladesh will head to the T20 World Cup later this 12 months stuffed with confidence after three back-to-back sequence wins in opposition to Zimbabwe, Australia and New Zealand. Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan performs a shot (Courtesy: AFP)HIGHLIGHTSShakib Al Hasan backs Bangladesh to hold on momentum in T20 World CupBangladesh has constructed successful mentality, says Shakib Al HasanBangladesh have received 3 sequence in opposition to Zimbabwe, Australia and New ZealandBangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan believed that the staff has constructed a successful mentality after back-to-back sequence wins in opposition to Zimbabwe, Australia and New Zealand forward of the T20 World Cup.

The all-rounder feels that current triumphs will give Bangladesh a superb likelihood within the T20 World Cup, scheduled for later this 12 months.“I think we have a good chance in the T20 World Cup. We had good preparation. The big reason for this that we won out last three series,” Shakib instructed reporters on Sunday.“When a team keeps winning, it carries a winning mentality, they give it the confidence of a different level,” he added.The Bangladesh T20 facet are on a roll, they defeated hosts Zimbabwe 2-1 in July, and adopted that with a thumping 4-1 sequence win over Australia at residence in August. Most lately, they defeated second-string New Zealand 3-2 in Dhaka.The all-rounder means that the Indian Premier League (IPL) can be a giant assist for him as it is going to be performed in the identical situations because the T20 World Cup.“I am hopeful that the IPL will help everyone. We will be spending time in those conditions, playing matches too. Mustafizur and I can share the experience with the rest of the team,” mentioned Shakib.“We will understand the other players’ mindset, what they are thinking about the World Cup, and then report it back to our players.”Bangladesh are in preliminary Group B with Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Oman for the event, which can happen in October and November.“Our team will be in Oman at least 15-16 days before the World Cup, which is enough time for acclimatising with conditions and wickets,” mentioned Shakib.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.