Bangladesh Cricket Board says their top all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has little chance of getting a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Shakib wants to return to the Jamaica Tallahassee he represented in 2016 and 2017 as the team won the title for the first time. Bangladesh, then England and New Zealand, will host Australia at the time.
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Bangladesh Cricket Operations President Akram Khan said on Saturday that he has yet to take a decision on the matter but hopes to bring the team to its full strength in these matches. When the time comes, we can make a decision in this regard. “We will go against them with all our might,” he said.
It is understood that BCB has added some new rules to national cricketers’ contracts. Players will be given the option of informing the national team of their availability and then their commitment to playing in various franchise-based tournaments.
Ravindra Jadeja, recalling his controversy with Sanjay Manjrekar, was looking for a commentary box at the time