Bangladesh are concerned an absence of turning wickets at the World Cup in England will hamper their odds, chief Mashrafe Mortaza said on the eve of their ICC World Cup 2019 opening game against South Africa on Sunday. 

South Africa, who lost to has England in the principal game, will no uncertainty come hard at Bangladesh. 

Mortaza said they knew before arriving that neither turn nor by and large pace was probably going to be a key factor on English pitches. 

"Albeit all of a sudden we see pace bowlers have a few wickets in the initial couple of matches," he told a news meeting on Saturday. "Tomorrow may be an alternate match. Perhaps the wicket will be level, and possibly spinners will assume a job. 

"You never know. It's significant that everybody must be prepared, either quicks or spinners." 

Mortaza said the new World Cup arrangement would make matters hard for Bangladesh, regardless of whether they have beaten the majority of the top contenders in past one day internationals. 

The competition comprises of a solitary gathering of 10 groups, with each playing all the others before the best four advancement to the semi-finals. 

"It's troublesome, yet there is the positive side that regardless of whether you lose a match, there is an opportunity to return too," he said. 

The absence of turn and arrangement are not by any means the only imperatives for Bangladesh in World Cup 2019. In front of their opening match against South Africa, they are perspiring over some of their top players' wellness issues. 

Opener Tamim Iqbal has just been governed out of the South Africa coordinate while chief Masrafe Mortaza and Mustafizur are battling with calf and hamstring wounds. Mortaza has clarified that he will take the field notwithstanding the damage yet a last approach Rahman's accessibility will be taken before the hurl. 

Tamim, who has not recuperated from his finger damage, will be supplanted by Mohammad Mithun in Bangladesh's XI. Liton Das should open the batting with Soumya Sarkar. 

Bangladesh versus Predicted XI: Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib-al-Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmadullah, Mohammad Mithun, Sabbir Rahman, Mushrafe Mortaza, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain.

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