Bangladesh Cricket Board will accept the last call in regards to Shakib Al Hasan’s investment in the Indian Premier League last after the second qualifier between Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Capitals on October 13.
Shakib has as of now missed Bangladesh’s initial practice game against Sri Lanka in the development to the T20 World Cup given his IPL responsibilities and will likewise not be accessible for the other practice game against Ireland on October 14.
BCB is yet to choose whether Shakib will be made accessible to play the IPL last on October 15, should KKR qualify, and have various elements to think about.
Bangladesh start their passing effort against Scotland on October 17 subsequent to playing the two practice game and in case Shakib is permitted to participate in the last, the all-rounder should travel to Muscat from Dubai following finishing his stretch with KKR.
All things considered initially group the executives should consider his rest period given his fairly tireless timetable. ”We will settle on a ultimate choice with respect to Shakib( return to the public changing area in front of ICC WorldT20) after the second qualifier of IPL,” BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury told Cricbuzz on Tuesday.
”We need to think about a great deal of things with regards to how long he is getting for rest if his group goes into the last and assuming he needs to play in that game if he will have adequate rest and we are chipping away at it subsequent to taking significant data about it,” he said.
”As he (Shakib) is conveying energy playing cutthroat cricket in IPL so we are thinking about that as it is substantially more serious than the training game,” he said.
BCB will likewise require an unmistakable picture about the air pocket to-bubble move across nations. “Shakib will move starting with one air pocket then onto the next bubble (one country to another) . We need to ensure everything is all together and we are working out on that also,” he said.
“We are associated with group and group the executives. We are in talks with them pretty much every one of the choices about Shakib’s moving from Dubai to Oman. In any case, most importantly our eyes are on the upcoming second qualifier and afterward we will choose,” he added.
Bangladesh, who are looking at a spot in the Super 12 period of the competition, will likewise confront Oman and Papua New Guinea on October 19 and 21 separately in the other two rounds of the qualifiers.