Mosaddek Hossain who has been out of Cricket from a while due to injury is now set to return and he will play the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) from the start. He will feature for the defending champions Dhaka Dynamites.
The middle order batsman himself announced this during an interview with a reporter on Saturday: “I have no problem with my eyes now. I can return to Cricket from BPL. I am hoping that I can play the first match at Sylhet. I have started my training few days ago. Our team’s practice sessions will start from tomorrow and I will join them.”
He added: “In last season, I was able to contribute for champion Dhaka Dynamites. I hope I can perform this time too. We have a good mixture of local and foreign players. I believe that Dhaka will win this year too.”
Mosaddek suffered due to eye injury for a long time and he needed months to recover. Though he was named in the Test squad against Australia in the two match series but then he was replaced my Mominul Haque due to that eye infection.
After the Australia series, he also missed the ongoing South Africa tour. He was also in doubt for the BPL but thankfully he has now announced himself fit to play the tournament and that too from the beginning.