Bangladesh WC 2015 Squad

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Bangladesh WC 2015 Squad

Bangladesh cricket board has announced Bangladesh 15-men Squad for ICC Worldcup 2015 to be played in Australia and New Zealand. Here is  Bangladesh WC 2015 Squad.

1) Mashrafe Mortaza captain

Age: 31 years 91 days Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

2) Al-Amin Hossain

Age: 25 years 3 days Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

3) Anamul Haque

Age: 22 years 19 days Playing role: Wicketkeeper Batting: Right-hand bat

4) Arafat Sunny

Age: 28 years 97 days Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

5) Mahmudullah

Age: 28 years 334 days Playing role: Allrounder Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

6) Mominul Haque

Age: 23 years 97 days Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

7) Mushfiqur Rahim wicketkeeper

Age: 26 years 125 days Playing role: Wicketkeeper batsman Batting: Right-hand bat

8) Nasir Hossain

Age: 23 years 35 days Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

9) Rubel Hossain

Age: 25 years 3 days Playing role: Bowler Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

10) Sabbir Rahman

Age: 23 years 43 days Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Legbreak

11) Shakib Al Hasan

Age: 27 years 286 days Playing role: Allrounder Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

12) Soumya Sarkar

Age: 21 years 313 days Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

13) Taijul Islam

Age: 22 years 331 days Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

14) Tamim Iqbal

Age: 25 years 290 days Playing role: Opening batsman Batting: Left-hand bat

15) Taskin Ahmed

Age: 19 years 276 days Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

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Other Cricket Boards who have announed 15-men Squad for World Cup 2015.
Click on the team name to view it’s Squad.
Pool A Pool B
 England  South Africa
 Australia  India
 Bangladesh  Pakistan
New Zealand  West Indies
 Afghanistan  Zimbabwe
 SriLanka  Ireland
 Scotland  United Arab Emirates
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