Bangladesh’s chief officer Naeem Hassan may have to miss the proposed home series against the West Indies. After suffering a fracture to his finger during the ongoing Bangabandhu T20 Cup. Naeem, who was the 12th man for Beximco Dhaka in the match against Gemkon Khulna. Dived to save a ball and suffered an injury on the little finger of the right hand.
Naeem is set to consult a specialist to determine further action, which may include a surgery. In which case he would have to miss the series against the West Indies.
“He recently incessant fracture on his small finger and we had already planned our next plan of action tomorrow with a specialist”. BCB boss doctor Devashish Chaudhary told on Saturday 12th 2020
Chaudhary stated, “It is an obvious thing which is worrisome for us. In such a case that he needs the activity things will get more confounded. As he will be governed out of the home arrangement against the West Indies. Expecting that he needs to recuperate. Will require some investment. “
The West Indies are required to show up in January for an arrangement that incorporates three Tests, three ODIs and two Twenty20 internationals. Although the series is yet to be confirmed.
CWI officials are expected to sit down with the players’ union on Monday to discuss the series. While interacting with the West Indies players after the ongoing Test against New Zealand to know their views on the Bangladesh tour. Is also expected.