Senior Bangladesh cricketers to participate in NCL this season

Senior national team performers of Bangladesh have been out of premier domestic competition National Cricket League for almost four years.

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Now as per reports revealed foremost cricketers of the country the like of Mushfiqur Rahim, Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah Riyad are all set to make their respective returns in the domestic circuit this season.

Although wicket keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim and middle order batsman Mahmudullah Riyad played several matches the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) last year, they did not participate in NCL for last four years.

It can be noted that, Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah Riyad last played NCL back in 2015 when they played for Chittagong and Dhaka respectively.

In 2017, Mushfiqur Rahim played a single match for Rajshahi.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh Test and T20I skipper Shakib Al Hasan will miss NCL actions this year as well. Both Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Kumar Das are playing in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League now.

The National Cricket League 2019 is rescheduled to begin from 7th of October instead of previously settled 5th of October duo to absence of several cricketers for their engagement in away competitions.

The dates and fixtures will be finalized after Sunday’s board meeting.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), therefore, made it compulsory to play the first three round of NCL for those cricketers who will participate in the oncoming Test series against India and those who will appear only in the T20I series, will have to play the first two rounds of the domestic competition.


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