According to the former Bangladesh captain-cum-BCB director Mahmud, Bangladesh have duly informed of the under-par facilities to Sri Lanka Cricket. "We are a bit unhappy to be honest. We wanted to practise at R Premadasa, if not here (SSC), but that did not happen. It’s raining consistently for which the wickets are covered and the curator could not work on it. So we were left with no option," said Mahmud. "We have informed this to the SLC. They informed that the groundsmen could not prepare the wickets due to rain," he added. Bangladesh Monday planned for an optional practice session with opener Tamim Iqbal, pacer Taskin Ahmed, youngster Mehedi Hasan Miraz and batsman Liton Das rested. The Tigers, who are boosted with confidence following their memorable win against the Lankans, will take on India in the second phase of the tri-series Wednesday at R Premadasa.
Snaps of Bangladesh team practice session today at Sinhalese Sports Club. pic.twitter.com/vxGMZrusN2— Bangladesh Cricket (@BCBtigers) March 12, 2018