MIRPUR: Allan Donald, the fast bowling coach for Bangladesh, says that a score between 350 and 380 in the second innings would set the stage for the second Test at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, where the pitch is already dry. If bowling first, Donald desires that his fast bowlers imitate what England’s fast bowlers did in Pakistan. Donald believes that short bursts of aggressive bowling would be game-changing, even though fast bowling is typically relegated to a secondary role on the pitch in Dhaka. “I have always used the reference of the England fast bowlers’ mindset in Pakistan,” the fast bowling coach, ahead of the second Test, “How they get themselves involved in the contest. Despite three spinners, you have a free ride to be a bit more expansive as a quick. You can bowl short and full for longer. You can put everything on the table for four overs.” “If you saw how [Mohammed] Siraj or Umesh [Yadav] bowled [in Chattogram], they either went very short and attacked. They had people in catching positions.