The members of the Bangladesh cricket team were put in a day of room quarantine in the Muscat hotel and are set to have their first training session Tuesday
Bangladesh cricket team reached Oman in the early hours of Monday amid tension prevailing in the middle-eastern country that was hit by tropical cyclone Shaheen.
Bangladesh team departed Dhaka following dilemma with the flight schedule.
Bangladesh team were set to depart at 10:45pm Sunday but there was an instance when the cricketers were informed that the flight was cancelled and that they should return to their homes.
But the decision altered in a matter of 10 minutes and the cricketers had to rush back to the Dhaka airport to board the flight to Oman.
The Bangladesh team took off from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at around 1:10am, following a two-hour delay.
The members of the Bangladesh cricket team were put in a day of room quarantine in the Muscat hotel and are set to have their first training session Tuesday.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Liton Das joined the team in Muscat following vacation in the UAE with his family.
Bangladesh team will travel to Dubai Saturday to take part in two official practice games on October 12 and 14 against Sri Lanka and Ireland respectively.
Two key members of the squad – Shakib al Hasan and Mustafizur Rahman - will join the team in the UAE on the same day following their stint in the ongoing Indian Premier League.
Mahmudullah and his troop will then return to Oman on October 15 to participate in the qualifiers stage, taking on Scotland in their first qualifier game on October 17 at Al Amerat Cricket Stadium in Muscat.
Bangladesh will then face Oman and Papua New Guinea on October 19 and 21 respectively at the same venue.