Joshi, who played 15 tests and 69 ODIs for India from 1996-2001 has 41 test and 69 ODI wickets. Joshi had already began working with the bowlers ahead of the first test starting in Dhaka on Sunday, the Bangladesh Cricket Board told local media.
Bangladesh face Australia in a test match for the first time since 2006. The second test starts in Chittagong from Sept. 4.
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