Mamunul, Rabiul begin against Laos

For those of you who are disappointed trusting that the downpour will yield at Bristol, and exhausted watching old match features on TV or perusing senseless remarks on cricket sites, there is, we're apprehensive, very little uplifting news yet, according to the live report from our reporter Sakeb Subhan, right now.

For the time you trust that the match will begin, here is something you can entertain yourself with. It isn't cricket, absolutely not World Cup. Be that as it may, it is no less noteworthy for Bangladesh, and Bangladesh football specifically. It is the second leg of the first round of the joint qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 Asian Cup.

This is presumably the most huge counterpart for Bangladesh football crew in years, nitty gritty and broke down in this article in late March.

The football crew had ended up in a problematic circumstance going into the pre-qualifiers. In any case, they have won the main leg against Laos from home - the main group among the six apparatuses to have done as such (the various five matches have finished in wins for the home groups).

Be that as it may, the activity is just half done. The Bangladesh group is very much aware of the risk they would look from Laos in Dhaka today. In any case, Jamie Day, the Bangladesh mentor, has his very own arrangements as well. Here is the thing that the Bangladesh mentor and the group are set up for now.

The match will begin at the Bangabandhu National Stadium at 7:00pm, and fortunately there is no danger of downpour in Dhaka today (not that it would matter except if it comes completely bucketing down with rainstorms).

You can watch the match on this connection: https://mycujoo.tv/video/bangladesh-football-federation?id=45882

In the interim, we will keep you upto date with any updates from the BNS, and obviously, from Bristol.

6:30pm Bangladesh group rolled out two improvements from the primary leg in Laos, with that match's goalscorer Rabiul Hasan compensated with a beginning call, supplanting Arifur Rahman. Previous commander Mamunul Islam, in the mean time, replaces Matin Mia as they look set at the midfield.

Beginning XI:

Ashraful Islam Rana (GK), Bishwanath Ghosh, Tutul Hossain Badshah, Yeasin Khan, Rahmt Mia, Mashuk Mia Johnny, Jamal Bhuiyan (C), Biplo Ahmed, Mamunul Islam, Rabiul Hasan, Nabib Newaz Jibon

6:55pm

Great to see a couple of thousand fans turn up at the BNS to support the Bangladesh group, and ideally make it hard for visiting Laos, as argued by Bangladesh mentor Jamie Day.

We are minutes from the commencement.

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