Afif Hossain, the captain, will miss the third game against the West Indies 'A'

Due to exhaustion, Bangladesh 'A' captain Afif Hossain will not play in the third four-day game against West Indies 'A.'

The Sylhet International Cricket Stadium will host the series' final match on May 30.

An individual from the group the board affirmed the improvement to Cricbuzz on Friday adding that he was not dropped.

"Afif is not taken out. "He (Afif) wanted to rest because he was tired," the official said. "Considering that he was known to be a white-ball cricketer despite scoring five centuries in first-class cricket, his inclusion as the A team skipper for the home series against their West Indies came as a huge surprise."

The left-given batsman has up to this point played 28 top of the line coordinates making 1361 with a most noteworthy of 142 at a typical 31.65 that incorporates five hundreds and three fifties.

Afif informed the media in front of the series against West Indies 'A' that he appreciates red-ball cricket and that he was anticipating the test.

Even though the southpaw appeared worn out from playing two red-ball games in a row, which is something that national cricketers, particularly white-ball cricketers, are seen not doing very often in this country, Bangladesh A team coach Jamie Siddons insisted that he is looking to make him an all-format batter. Despite the fact that the southpaw appeared tired from playing two red-ball games in a row, Siddons said that he is looking to make him an all

Afif scored 45 and 9 runs in the main game while he figured out how to place 37 and 4 runs in the second round of the series that the vacationers are driving by a 1-0 edge.

In the mean time, the hosst chose to make a great deal of changes for the third four-day game with Mominul Haque, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan, Nasum Ahmed, Shoriful Islam and Mirittunjoy Chowdhury coming in to get some genuinely necessary red-ball cricket openness in front of Bangladesh's solitary Test against Afghanistan one month from now.

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