Bangladesh bowlers Arafat Sunny and Taskin Ahmed expressed hope that their bowling actions would be cleared as they departed for Brisbane to undergo testing at the ICC-accredited Brisbane National Cricket Centre.
Both bowlers were suspended from bowling in international cricket during the World T20 earlier this year. The duo, who will be accompanied by Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingha, will have a couple of days to train ahead of their tests on September 8.
Taskin is set to appear for the biomechanics test at 10am, while Sunny will undergo his test at 2pm. The results of the tests will be made available within ten to twelve days, giving both bowlers the hope of appearing for Bangladesh in the upcoming series against Afghanistan and England.
Taskin and Sunny were both reported for suspect bowling actions during the World T20, and were suspended following a test at an ICC-accredited centre in Chennai.