Mashrafe Mortaza is confident over Bangladesh's prospects as the Asia Cup hosts prepare to take on India.
Bangladesh have recalled fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza for next month's one-day series against Australia.
Shakib Al Hasan has retained the captaincy of Bangladesh's one-day team for the series against Zimbabwe.
Andrew Strauss was critical of England's batting and fielding during the five-run loss to Bangladesh in Bristol.
Andrew Strauss insists England will not be underestimating Bangladesh in the one-day series, starting at Trent Bridge on Thursday.
First-choice captain and fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza has been left out of the Bangladesh squad for the one-day cricket tri-series.
Shakib Al Hasan has been retained as Bangladesh captain for the one-day series at home against Zimbabwe.
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza is to undergo surgery on both knees and will be out for six weeks.
Mashrafe Mortaza is heading to Australia to receive further medical advice about a knee problem.
Mashrafe Mortaza has been installed as Bangladesh captain in place of Mohammad Ashraful.
Mohammad Ashraful has been confirmed as the man to lead Bangladesh at the ICC World T20.
A superb rearguard from spin bowler Shakib Al Hasan and paceman Mashrafe Mortaza spared Bangladesh's blushes.
Bangladesh chased down a target of 202 to claim their maiden one-day international win over New Zealand.
Mohammad Ashraful has defended the decision to drop fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza for Sunday's one-dayer against South Africa.
Bangladesh have dropped opener Shahriar Nafees for their tour of New Zealand in December.
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