Bangladesh have made one change for tomorrow's crucial 4th ODI of the Grameenphone Cup against Zimbabwe. Mehrab Hossain Jr., who played in the third match which the Tigers lost by 69 runs, makes way for opening batsman Zunaed Siddique. Bangladesh lead the five-match series 2-1.
The injury-struck Bangladesh side is still without the services of paceman Nazmul Hossain who is nursing a thigh strain. With Rubel Hossain already ruled out of the series due to a side strain Bangladesh will again rely on their only fit pacers Syed Rasel and Mahbubul Alam for early breakthroughs in tomorrow's game. Rubel's replacement Dollar Mahmud is expected in Bulawayo on the morning of the game.
"We know that we did not execute our plan well and we let our standards drop. Everyone realises that we only have ourselves to blame for the defeat on Friday. We are really focused on putting up a much improved show tomorrow," said vice captain Mushfiqur Rahim after the Bangladesh side had completed an intense training session at the Queens Sports Club today.
"The wicket is absolutely flat and there is no margin for error. The game has to be won with high intensity cricket and if you lose concentration for a few overs while fielding then the match can quickly get away from you," added Rahim.