Bangladesh fast bowler Taskin Ahmed is all set to appear for the bowling action test in Brisbane, Australia on September 8, along with left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny.
And the right-arm paceman is confident of giving his best and making a comeback to international cricket.
“It feels good that the date has finally been fixed. I am feeling better after hearing about it. Obviously there is some mental pressure. And despite taking preparation, it's natural that there will be some nervousness. But overall, my preparation has been good. I'm hopeful of a positive result,” Taskin told the media yesterday.
According to the 21-year old, he has prepared himself by bowling all kinds of deliveries before the impending test.
“I can't make a comment on it (International Cricket Council decision). Now, I have to prepare myself accordingly for all types of deliveries. I am hopeful that everything will be fine,” he said.
“Obviously I want to make a comeback. No one wants to miss a series for Bangladesh. To be honest, this suspension has been a burden for me as I was not able to bowl in international cricket. I don't want to miss the upcoming series so I am giving my hundred percent,” he added.