Eoin Morgan could be close to confirming his withdrawal from Englands tour of Bangladesh tomorrow, after revealing that first-hand experience of previous security scares have left him questioning whether he wants to lead Englands ODI team in the current climate.Morgan pinpointed two occasions - the 2010 bomb blasts during an IPL game in Bangalore and then political unrest during a stint playing domestic cricket in Bangladesh - that had left him determined not to put himself in such a situation again.He was part of Bangalore Royal Challengers squad in 2010 when two blasts struck outside the Chinnaswamy Stadium shortly before the match against Mumbai Indians was due to start. The game eventually went ahead, but later matches in the tournament were moved out of Bangalore.Then, in late 2013, Morgan was having a short spell playing for Gazi Tank Cricketers in the Dhaka Premier Division when pre-election violence was engulfing Bangladesh.I have been to places before when things have become a distraction and once or twice when that has been security, and when it has been I told myself I would not put myself in that situation again, Morgan said. Playing international cricket - or any cricket - is not about worrying about different things, it should be the best time of your life, it should be something that you are looking forward to and wanting to do well in and are able to focus on.Remembering the previous incidents, Morgan said: We played an IPL game in Bangalore and a bomb went off in the ground, we immediately left and went straight to the airport. That was one instance, another was Bangladesh, playing domestic cricket, during political elections where things were incredibly violent.Andrew Strauss, the team director, yesterday urged all Englands players to undertake the tour following the security advice of Reg Dickason. He said anyone who gave up their spot could not be guaranteed to come straight back in, and also made reference to the extra responsibility on the captain.However, recalling his experience of 2008 when he had to confront similar concerns about whether to tour India after the Mumbai terror attacks took place, he empathised with those who are struggling to reach a decision.Having been through this myself, after the Mumbai bombings, intellectually coming to the decision - if Reg says its safe to go somewhere, who am I to say otherwise - in hindsight, it looks like a very simple and obvious one.But it still took me some time to get there at that point, and theres no reason to expect a lot of these young guys who are going through this for the first time to make an on-the-spot decision.Any players yet to make up their mind have effectively been given a deadline of Saturday to inform Strauss of their decision. 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After a first half in which he thought "the lid was on the basket," the Toronto Raptors coach watched his squad mount a second half surge to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers 98-91. Hydro Flask 40 OZ . Ouellette, from Montreal, already has three Olympic gold medals since joining the team in 1999.Norwich could be without Steven Naismith and Robbie Brady for Saturday lunchtimes visit of Manchester City, live on Sky Sports 1 HD.Both players had to be substituted during last weekends defeat to Swansea City, with Brady suffering from a calf injury and Naismith struggling with his hamstring.Norwich are currently in the worst form of any team in the Premier League, having lost eight of their past nine matches and not won since January 2. City, meanwhile, sit 10 points adrift of league leaders Leicester City and need a victory at Carrow Road to reignite their title race. Ed Chamberlin is joined by Paul Merson to discuss this weekends Premier League fixtures Team newsOther than Naismith and Brady, Sebastien Bassong and Andre Wisdom are close to returning from injuries and could figure.Kevin De Bruyne returned to training for City this week but remains short of match fitness, while Fabian Delph and Samir Nasri are still out. Russell Martin is hoping Norwich can find the spark to get their season going again Opta statsCity have already won away at Carrow Road this season, triumphing 3-0 in the third round of the FA Cup, and are unbeaten in their past five trips to Carrow Road in all competitions, winning four and drawing one.They have also been beaten only once in their past 13 matches against Norwich. Manuel Pellegrini says its a very important week as he tries to keep the pressure up on his Premier League title rivals Sky Sports viewers can look forward to goals given that 40 have been netted in the past eight Premier League meetings between the teams.ddddddddddddergio Aguero will also be excited by this fixture, having scored five goals in five Premier League appearances against Norwich. The 27-year-old is in fine form, having scored 15 goals from 27 shots on target in his past 14 Premier League appearances. Phil Thompson reviews Norwichs 1-0 defeat to Swansea However, there is hope for Canaries fans. Only one team has prevented Norwich from scoring in their past nine home Premier League games, while City have won just two of their past 10 Premier League games on the road.Mersons predictionYou might as well start with a zero because Norwich cant score a goal at the moment. That is their Achilles heel. 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