Comilla Victorians, the double cross heroes of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) have roped in Faf du Plessis, Moeen Ali and Sunil Narine for the impending version of the T20 competition. The Victorians, claimed by Lotus Group, is set to make a rebound in the title later not taking an interest in the past version two years prior.
Du Plessis and Moeen Ali are straight from playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 League at the Sheik Zayed Stadium. Narine last played for the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the second leg of the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL). Nafisa Kamal, the overseeing head of Comilla, affirmed that her group has roped in Du Plessis, Narine and Moeen for the following BPL season.
“BCB has said this is an extended BPL. There will be six groups. Three unfamiliar players can be taken. We are working in like manner. We have marked every one of the three. We have affirmed Sunil Narine, Faf du Plessis and Moeen Ali,” Nafisa was cited as saying to the media on Saturday, CricFrenzy announced.
The Victorians won the title interestingly back in 2015-16, beating Barishal Bulls by three wickets at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. In the 2018-19 release, they became champions for the subsequent time, moving beyond Rangpur Riders by 57 runs in the last.
BPL conflicting with PSL
The BPL is booked to get in progress on January 20 and is probably going to proceed for around a month until February 20. Notwithstanding, it’s conflicting with the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which is set to begin on January 27. By the by, Sheik Sohel, BPL administering board part, didn’t appear to be worried about the PSL.
Moeen Ali additionally referenced that the BPL overseeing committee is making an honest effort to have the players’ draft this month itself. “We are not stressed over the PSL and we are hoping to have the players draft of this current month yet the main thing that we are stressed over is the crown circumstance,” Sohel said.
In the mean time, the BPL has concluded six groups for the forthcoming BPL version. Sources in the BCB set forth the improvement on Sunday, December 12. Because of the one-year contract, groups like Khulna Tigers, Rangpur Riders and Dhaka Dynamites have pulled out of the competition.