The Australian Football Team have booked their flights for a World Cup tie in Dhaka which was tossed into uncertainty by the cancelation of an Australian cricket visit over security apprehensions, Bangladesh’s football league said Wednesday.
Australian Football Team booked their flights for a World Cup tie in Dhaka
Be that as it may, the Bangladesh Football Federation said its Australian partner had now sent the group’s flight points of interest in an email, including a rundown of players and different authorities wanting to go with them.
“They sent us a rundown of 75 players, authorities, columnists and different representatives. We’ve likewise gotten the rundown of match authorities from FIFA,” Abu Nayeem Shohag, the BFF’s general secretary, told AFP.
His remarks came not long after the Socceroos named their squad for both the match against Bangladesh and a home qualifier against Kyrgyzstan to be played in Canberra on November 12.
Shohag said Bangladesh would guarantee the wellbeing of the Socceroos and had gotten security guidance from FIFA.
Reports in Australia said the Socceroos were anticipating direction from FIFA about whether they would be relied upon to satisfy the amusement in Dhaka.
Australia’s cricketers had been because of play a two-Test arrangement in Bangladesh this month yet the visit was scrapped in the wake of the killing of two nonnatives, assaults guaranteed by the Islamic State bunch.
Declaring the cancelation, Cricket Australia’s CEO James Sutherland said an autonomous security appraisal had finished up there was a “danger of terrorism in Bangladesh focusing on Australian nationals”.
Bangladesh’s administration has however dismisses the thought that Islamic State is working in the principally Muslim yet formally mainstream country.
The match is vital for Australia who are second in their gathering — four focuses behind pioneers Jordan yet with a diversion close by — and along these lines can sick bear to relinquish three focuses by neglecting to satisfy an apparatus. Australia whipped Bangladesh 5-0 in September’s home qualifier in Pe