Top 5 Bowlers to Watch Out For in One-off Test Match Between Bangladesh and Afghanistan

Ebadot Hossain

The one-off test between the two Asian countries Bangladesh and Afghanistan is scheduled to begin on the 14th of June this year in Mirpur. The Afghanistani team has reached the spot to start their preparations for the match. Afghanistan team will be playing the test after their tour of Sri Lanka ends. Both teams have unveiled their squads for the major test match. In this article, we will throw light on the top 5 bowlers from both teams to watch out for.

Ebadot Hossain (Bangladesh): Ebadot Hossai is a left-arm fast bowler who is known for his ability to swing the ball both ways. Hossain has come up as the asset bowler for the Bangladesh team, making up for the gap. He is very much likely to shine in the upcoming one-off test match against Afghanistan.


Nijat Masood (Afghanistan): The 24-year-old medium right-arm fast bowler can emerge as the top wicket-taker in the one-off test match against Bangladesh. Mastodon holds the potential to get batsmen out with his medium-pace swing deliveries. He is likely to bring some major impact with his bowling skills against Bangladesh.

Hamza Kotak (Afghanistan): Hamza Kotak is a young, very skilled left-arm spinner who is also a handy lower-order batsman. Hamza Kotak has been named for the one-off test match against Bangladesh. A young talented spinner holds the potential to bring some magic in the one-off test match against Bangladesh.

Taskin Ahmed (Bangladesh): Taskin is a right-arm fast bowler who is known for his pace and aggression. Taskin is one of the most experienced players in the Bangladesh team. The fast bowler is likely to bring impact with his pace against Afghanistan in One-off Test Match.

Mehidy Hasan (Bangladesh): The phenomenal all-rounder of Bangladesh who has earned a name for himself can shine in the test match against Afghanistan. Mehidy is a right-arm off-spinner who is known for his ability to turn the ball. Hasan has come up as one of the emerging all-rounders for Bangladesh.