Bangladesh National Cricket Team started their practice on Tuesday morning for the second T20I match against India in the central Gujarat city of Rajkot on Thursday.
They started practice around 10.00am at Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium.
Rains triggered by an impending cyclone emanating the Arabian Sea can play spoilsport during the second match but the weather was good in the morning.
Bangladesh lead the three-match series 1-0 after having emphatically won the Delhi tie by seven wickets. The final match is scheduled for November 10 in Nagpur.
After playing the opening match in Delhi in the midst of air pollution-induced health emergency, the two teams reached Rajkot on Monday even as cyclone “Maha” raced towards the coast of Gujarat and is expected to make a landfall.
The Indian Met Department informed a high-level review meeting in Delhi on Monday that the cyclone was moving west and north westwards and is likely to intensify further till the morning of November 5 and “will thereafter weaken and cross the Gujarat and Maharashtra coast by midnight of November 6 and early morning of November 7, “ an official statement said.