Andrew Strauss insists 'we're really happy to be here' as England arrive to stepped up security in Bangladesh
The sight of armed police, military personnel, special forces, bomb disposal units and sniffer dogs waiting to greet England on their arrival at their Dhaka hotel on Friday emphasised that this is no ordinary cricket tour.
The concerns that led to England one-day captain Eoin Morgan and opening batsman Alex Hales pulling out of the first leg of England’s winter programme inspired a formidable display of security force as Bangladesh endeavoured to prove to the world that their country is safe for the cricketing show to go on.
When the flashing lights of the police escort that guided the team... read more
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