Former Indian spinner is ready to step into the position of technical consultant for the Bangladesh cricket workforce in the course of the upcoming World Cup
Former Indian spinner Sridharan Sriram is ready to step into the position of technical consultant for the Bangladesh cricket workforce in the course of the upcoming World Cup in India, as formally confirmed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Thursday.
Sriram, who donned the Indian jersey in eight one-day internationals (ODIs) between 2000 and 2004, will make his presence felt when he joins the workforce in Guwahati for apply matches towards Sri Lanka and England, geared in the direction of getting ready for the extremely anticipated 50-over event.
Bangladesh’s quest for World Cup glory is slated to kick off on October 7 towards Afghanistan in Dharamsala, with the event’s fruits scheduled for November 19.
Sriram’s earlier contributions as a technical consultant for Bangladesh encompassed the Twenty20-format Asia Cup held within the UAE and the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia final yr. In addition to his worldwide cricket expertise, Sriram boasts an illustrious first-class profession spanning practically 18 years. He additionally took on the position of consultant coach for Cricket Australia from 2015 to 2018 and served as an assistant coach to the Australian nationwide workforce for the next 4 years.
The teaching ensemble for the Bangladesh workforce is spearheaded by former Sri Lankan opener Chandika Hathurusingha and contains the likes of former South African tempo ace Allan Donald and Rangana Herath, a former Sri Lankan spin wizard.