Bangladesh injured pace bowler Taskin Ahmed is eyeing to start bowling with low intensity from June 1 in order to recover from his shoulder injury.
The right-arm fast bowler had already begun his rehabilitation earlier and is now doing gym work. Taskin went to England recently to assess his condition and his physician suggested that he doesn’t have to go under the knife at the moment for the injury.
“I’m better now and hopefully will start my bowling with low intensity from June 1 and later will understand where I stand,” Taskin told The Daily Sun on Sunday, adding that he isn’t ready to do anything in a hurry implying that it is unlikely that he will be available in two-match Test series against West Indies.
Taskin is out of all sorts of competitive cricket after getting injured in the opening Test against South Africa in April.