Bangladesh Cricketer Tamim Iqbal eyeing Everest Premier League for comeback.

Bangladesh Cricketer Tamim Iqbal. File Photo

Bangladesh Cricketer Tamim Iqbal. File Photo

Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal is good to go to join the Everest Premier League in the wake of applying for a No-Objection authentication to partake in the opposition, scheduled to be held in Nepal from September 25 to October 9.

Tamim, who made himself inaccessible for the forthcoming T20 World Cup, is relied upon to recuperate from his knee injury before the beginning of the competition that is booked to be facilitated at the Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground in Kirtipur.

BCB cricket activity director Akram Khan affirmed the advancement to Cricbuzz on Tuesday (September 7) adding that they will take a choice the next day. “We have gotten a letter from Tamim for NOC to partake in EPL. We will take a choice tomorrow (Wednesday),” said Akram.

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It is perceived that the BCB is excited about giving him the NOC to give him a stage to make a rebound to cutthroat cricket.

Cricbuzz has discovered that Tamim, who will address Bhairahawa Gladiators in the opposition, is relied upon to leave on September 24 to partake in the competition that has as of now pulled in some enormous names like Chris Gayle, Sandeep Lamichhane and Mohammad Shahzad among others.

The EPL was at first planned to begin on March 14 however must be delayed because of Covid-19. Tamim will be participating in aggressive cricket interestingly since taking an extended lay-off to recuperate from the knee injury that constrained him to miss a few T20I tasks at home.

He experienced a physical issue to his right knee during Bangladesh’s two-Test visit through Sri Lanka in April-May. He in this way partook in the home ODI series against Sri Lanka too the Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier Division T20 League. In any case, he needed to stop the competition halfway in the wake of disturbing the injury while playing in the association and missed the oddball Test against Zimbabwe. In the wake of driving the side in the ODI series in Zimbabwe, Tamim avoided the T20 leg and went through a restoration program subsequent to getting back.

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