Bangladesh national cricket team selector Habibul Bashar Sumon who is with the team in the New Zealand tour claimed the cricketers had already coped with the condition, which is arguably tougher for any visiting country from Asian region.
"The important thing was to adjust with the condition of New Zealand for us," Bashar said in a recorded video message sent by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) from Christchurch on Saturday.
"We have got enough time to cope with the condition and the facilities here are fantastic." Bangladesh was in room quarantine for the first three days here after their arrival and thereafter they got the opportunity to train in small groups. They will continue such sort of training till the 14th day of their quarantine after which the visitors will set a five-day camp in Queenstown.
Above all they would get three weeks for practice before the commencement of the first ODI. According to Bashar, this is a good enough time to judge New Zealand's wicket also, apart from adjusting with the condition.
"What was important before coming here was how we can adjust with the condition," Bashar said. "The wicket here is a typical New Zealand wicket. After some days we'll have a practice camp in Queenstown. I think it's good to come here long before the commencement of the series. This has given us to make the best use of the condition and adjust with the condition."
Bashar also informed that the cricketers are also happy to get enough time for the practice before the series proper.
"The cricketers are very happy and they can make the best use of their time. They (cricketer) think that they are gainer to come here long before the series," Bashar remarked.