Bangladesh Cricket Board will have a chat with left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman regarding his plans for the longest format, as the board still wants him to participate in red-ball cricket. Jalal Yunus, the BCB cricket operation chairman, informed about the development to Cricbuzz on Wednesday, adding that they are ready to manage his workload if he feels that Test cricket is hard on his body. Mustafizur earlier opted out of the Test contract in 2021 when BCB decided to introduce a format-wise contract scheme as he was not comfortable with the bio-secure measures.
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