11. Taskin Ahmed

Taskin Ahmed was impressive against South Africa after picking up two wickets. Shoriful Islam hasn’t flattered to deceive either as the left-armer has picked up three wickets at an economy of 5.46.

10. Rubel Hossain

Rubel is a veteran and it would be unfair on him if he doesn’t get chance even in the inconsequential match.

9. Nasum Ahmed

Nasum Ahmed, initially, came into the team after replacing Taskin Ahmed in the eleven. The tweaker picked up three wickets, but leaked runs at an economy of 9.42.

8. Mahedi Hasan

Mahedi Hasan has mostly batted lower down the order, but has done reasonably well with the bat. In five innings, the right-handed batter has scored 53 runs at an average of 17.66. Mahedi has also been impressive with the ball in hand.

6. Shamim Hossain

Shamim Hossain is finding his feet among the big boys and should get another chance.

6. Afif Hossain Dhrubo

Afif Hossain Dhrubo is an exciting prospect, but he’s yet to fire as well.

5.  Mahmudullah

Mahmudullah have been the prolific run-scorers for the Tigers in the middle overs. The skipper has notched 153 runs at an average of 30.60.

4. Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur scored a fifty against the Lankans, but has strained apart from that. The Bogra-born has scored 143 runs at an average of 23.83.

3. Soumya Sarkar

Soumya Sarkar is also someone, who can open the batting if the hour of need. The middle-order has been severely depleted after Shakib Al Hasan got ruled out. Sarkar has scored only 22 runs at an average of 7.33.

2. Liton Das

Liton, on the other hand, has played at an average of 19 and his strike-rate of 95 means that he hasn’t been able to score beyond a run-a-ball. Liton has got many starts, but hasn’t been consistent enough with the bat.

1. Mohammad Naim

Mohammad Naim is their leading run-scorer with 157 runs at an average of 26.16, but even he hasn’t fired since his fifty against Sri Lanka.