Russell Domingo interview – Bangladesh needs players who are hungry for tests, they can get it out in five days

Bangladesh is on its way to New Zealand for a six-week tour, which begins with a long quarantine, followed by three ODIs and three T20Is. They just lost the home test series to the West Indies, which, as expected, attracted widespread criticism. Head coach Russell Domingo understands the situation and feels the need to rethink the testing culture, making players appreciate the importance of the format. For now, however, he hopes players ’love of limited-game cricket will help with what is an important task abroad.

Bangladesh has never won a match against New Zealand in New Zealand.
We know it’s going to be a tough tour; New Zealand is currently playing very good cricket. Since the year I’ve been here [with Bangladesh] now cricket is a 50 oversata format that many of our players enjoy and are proud of. We are looking forward to a very competitive series.