Former Bangladesh Captain Returns for First Sri Lanka Test

Get ready to be thrilled as Bangladesh has just announced its strong 15-member squad for the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka. The excitement builds as Litton Das, the experienced wicketkeeper-batsman and former captain, returns after a short break. His absence in the last match due to paternity leave has created a buzz that will now be skillfully addressed. Led by Najmul Hossain Shanto, the team is all set for an exciting showdown starting on March 22 in Sylhet.

Rising Stars Illuminate Bangla Desh’s Test Landscape

Bangla desh’s squad is bursting with new talent, with rising stars Nahid Rana and Mushfik Hasan ready to make their mark on cricket. The absence of senior pacer Ebadot Hossain opens the door for these young guns to shine. Bangla Desh is dedicated to developing the next generation of cricket prodigies, and these new faces are set to dazzle on the field.

Former Bangladesh Captain Returns for First Sri Lanka Test

A Test of Skill and Strategy Beckons

Bangla desh’s cricket fans are on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting an epic showdown. The clash of will and wit is about to unfold with excitement building up. Litton Das’ comeback brings experience and leadership, while the young talents inject energy and passion into the team. Get ready for a thrilling spectacle as these cricketing giants go head-to-head in a quest for glory!

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Q. Who is leading the Bangladesh Test squad for the series against Sri Lanka?

Najmul Hossain Shanto has been appointed as the captain for the Test series against Sri Lanka.

Q. Which promising young pacers have been included in Bangladesh’s Test squad?

Both Nahid Rana and Mushfik Hasan, emerging talents, have secured their spots in the squad, reflecting Bangladesh’s dedication to developing young players.

Q. What is the significance of Litton Das’ return to the Bangladesh Test side?

Litton Das has returned to the squad after taking paternity leave, adding experience and leadership to Bangladesh’s batting lineup and providing stability as a wicketkeeper.