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Melbourne, Australia (BBN)-Bangladesh resumed training at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) ahead of their ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 quarter-final against India.
Bangladesh finished their Group A campaign with an encounter against New Zealand at Hamilton, where they lost the game by three wickets, reports Cricket Country.
Having beaten England in Adelaide in their group game, they managed to qualify for the quarter-finals.
They now face India, their neighbours in the quarter-final, with an opportunity to make it through to their first ever semi-finals. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: SCHEDULE & MATCH DETAILS
Bangladesh began with a game of football and then followed it up with a few fielding sessions.
Mushfiqur Rahim, the wicketkeeper, took his spot and there were a couple of other slips in place as one of the support staff gave them quick catches.
The rest were divided into two groups, with them aiming at stumps.
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Following the fielding sessions, Bangladesh moved to the nets.
The batsmen batted in turns with Heath Streak, the bowling coach, and Chandika Hathurusingha supervising proceedings.
Streak also had a close word with Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed and Mashrafe Mortaza, the pace trio as they resumed their preparations.
Shafiul Islam continued to bowl at batsmen in the nets.
Bangladesh seemed quite upbeat and positive.
The victories have come as a big boost to them as a cricket crazy nation waited for their success at the highest level.
Before this World Cup, their best performance on the biggest stage came in 2007, when they qualified for the Super Eights.
They had done that on the strength of beating India in the group stage.
This time, they face India in the quarter-final.
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