The Bangladesh Cricket Board is in two personalities with respect to Shakib Al Hasan’s investment in 2021 IPL last if the Kolkata Knight Riders meet all requirements for the match against Chennai Super Kings on October 15 in Dubai. After the T20 association, Shakib will participate in the 2021 T20 World Cup and the BCB is scratching its head over the all-rounder getting satisfactory rest in the middle.
Shakib missed Bangladesh’s warm-up match against Sri Lanka on October 12 and he will not be accessible for the second game versus Ireland too. The Tigers are booked to play their first Group game against Scotland on October 18 at Al Amerat.
In their other two Group games, Bangladesh will clash with Oman and PNG on October 19 and 21 individually. Remembering the chock-a-block plan, the BCB hasn’t yet settled on Shakib’s IPL cooperation.
BCB needs Shakib Al Hasan back at the most punctual
“We will settle on a ultimate conclusion with respect to Shakib (return to the public changing area in front of ICC World T20) after the second qualifier of IPL,” BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury told Cricbuzz.
“We need to think about a ton of things regarding 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 in the wake of taking important data about it,” he said.
The boss said that since Shakib will go starting with one country then onto the next, the vital plans should be made.
“As Shakib Al Hasan (Shakib) is conveying force playing serious cricket in IPL so we are thinking about that as it is significantly more exceptional than the training game,” he expressed.
“Shakib Al Hasan 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 too,” the boss added.
For now, Shakib Al Hasan is focussed to play the Qualifier 2 against Delhi Capitals on Wednesday, October 13 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Shakib has replaced the certified all-rounder since Andre Russell supported a hamstring injury against the Super Kings in Abu Dhabi.
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