BCB finalises central contract list without Shakib, Mashrafe

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has completed their annual list of the centrally contracted players for the 2020-2021 season, according to The Independent.Mashrafe banks on Shakib for success in T20I series

The list will be released after one week, but it will not include Shakib Al Hasan and Mashrafe Bin Mortaza. BCB director and media and publication committee chairman Jalal Younus confirmed the news on Thursday (February 6).

“I know the list of the centrally contract players has been finalised,” he said.

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Shakib has not been handed central contract, for he is out of cricket at the moment due to a suspension slapped on him by the International Cricket Council (ICC). On the other hand, the board decided to not include Mashrafe as he pulled himself out of the new players’ contract.

In absence of Shakib and Mashrafe, the wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim is going to be the highest paid cricketer among the new centrally contracted players.

It has been learnt that the list of the players of the new central contract for the 2020-2021 season will be announced in the aftermath of the first Test against Pakistan, which is scheduled from February 7 to 11 in Rawalpindi.

BCB director and its Cricket Operations Committee chairman Akram Khan informed that the list has been almost finalised, and it might include 14 to 16 players.

“The final list of the centrally contracted players might be declared within the next one week. There could be 14-16 players in the new contract,” he said.

“The payment of players in the new central contract has increased. Those who have remained in all three formats will enjoy an additional payment in this contract,” he also added.

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