As you know Indian Premier League IPL 2021 will resume on 19 September in UAE. For that, Bangladesh Cricket Board BCB announced that they will willing to give a no-objection certificateÂ (NOC) to their cricketers to take part in the remaining IPL 2021.Â BCB has taken this decision after rescheduled the home series against England.
Shakib, Mustafizur set to get NOC
Before BCB said that they are not willing to give a no-objection certificate to Shakib al Hasan and Mustafizur Rahman to take part in the rest of the IPL matches. Because they expected that the national team will make preparations for the upcoming T20 WC.
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However, England's tour of Bangladesh has changed their date. The series will start in March 2023, For that, Payers get a chance to take part in the IPL. The rest of the match will start on 19 September 2021.
”Yes, if they apply and if we don't have any international commitment they can go and take part in IPL. We are yet to receive any official letter from them in this regard and if we get that, the board will make a decision,” BCB cricket operation chairman Akram Khan told Cricbuzz on Tuesday.
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Finally, Bangladesh has scheduled to host England for three ODIs and as many T20Is, which would have served as preparations for the T20 WC.