Mohammed Ashraful quit cricket for some time in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match-fixing scandal. He was allowed to play domestic cricket a few years ago, but he had banned international cricket a few years ago. Some time ago, at BPL, Chittagong Virat Kohli pulled Ashraful into the team. But now the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) must be disappointed. Batsman didn't get any team at BCL.
This first class tournament franchisee has shown interest in Ashraful's former national captain! In the last two years Ashraful played in the National Cricket League (NCL) and Dhaka Premier League (DPL) after returning to domestic cricket in 2016. In limited-over cricket, he scored 5 centuries in the DPL but only scored 253 runs in 10 innings in NCL.
BCL will be held in Rajshahi, Bogra, Chittagong and Sylhet. In the first round, Prime Bank will face South Zone and Walton will compete in Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. In other matches, BCB Northern Zone and Islamic Bank Purbanchal will face matches at Shahid Kamaruzzaman Stadium in Rajshahi.
Draft at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Saturday, based on good performance from the National Cricket League (NCL) which ended on November 8. Now there are opportunities for other players to take part in the team.