Having given the Indian team a 1-1 draw at Rajkot after opening the series with a win, Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo says he will target India's less experienced bowlers to win the series.
Before the third and decisive T20 to be held in Nagpur, coach Domingo said - the Indian team is currently playing without the injured fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar and all rounder Hardik Pandya, so that the responsibility of bowling in the three-match series Khalil Ahmed, Deepak Chahar and Washington Sundar are on their shoulders. They have little experience. These can be targeted.
Domingo said on the eve of the match - it is no secret that his bowling attack is less experienced. If we bat well and stick to our strategy, then we can bring their bowling attack under pressure. He said- Look, his team is good but we also think that if we bat according to our ability, then we will put his bowling attack under pressure. The team batting in the second innings has been the winner in both matches, making the role of Tas very important.
Domingo said- I think dew is affecting the matches. Tass's role will be crucial, with both teams batting in the second innings winning. But if we had scored 180–190 runs in the last match, then we could have given ourselves a better chance. But this is not an excuse.