Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is looking to make notable changes in the T20 World Cup 2022 squad after the team faced a horrific defeat in the recently ended New Zealand tri-nation series 2022. Out of four matches played, they managed to win none, which has created havoc in the dressing room and among the board's officials.
Bangladesh's recent performances have not been up to the mark, which is a legit reason why BCB is certain about making changes in the World Cup squad. Shakib al Hasan's team has faced 16 consecutive T20I defeats versus the Top 8 sides in the shortest format.
Sridharan Sriram, the technical director of the board, was quoted as saying that it is not yet decided on an opening partnership. He mentioned Bangladesh will to be flexible with the alternatives at the top of the order.
In a recent tri-series in New Zealand, the Tigers used four different lineups. Despite the recent years' repeated tweaking with the opening slots in the shortest format, Sriram claimed that the configuration was clear.
"I think we are very clear about the best team we want to play so the captain, myself, and the director are all on the same page."
"We're quite clear as to what combinations we want. I think we have got two-three combinations in mind and given the conditions we face on the day we might modify and adapt accordingly."