Shakib to be available from July 20 to 29 while Litton Das will be available for the entire tournament.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has awarded two of its top stars, Shakib Al Hassan and Lytton Das, a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for their participation in the 3rd edition of the GT20 League in Canada. was awarded. In particular, the difficulty for the player to play in all matches in the recently ended Indian Premier League (IPL) and formerly the County Championship meant that the BCB could allow NOCs to refuse to keep the player in international cricket. many.
Specifically, Shakib will be available for the tournament from July 20-29, while Lytton will be available for the entire tournament ending August 6. Bangladesh’s cricket chairman Jalal Yunus confirmed the latest developments and said the BCB would have no problem awarding the NOC as there is no international match.
“Shakib’s NOC to compete in the Global T20 League has been approved and he has applied for his July 20-29 NOC. Liten works too. He had asked the NOC to allow him to play from July 20th to August 6th. Both his NOCs have been approved,” Jalal was quoted as saying to the Daily Star.
“There are no commitments from the state at this time and they [Shakib and Lytton] have been given permission following discussions with the head coaches and management. It’s good for us to play a match,” he added.
Shakib Al Hasan will enter the Lanka Premier League after GT20 Canada.
It is worth noting that Shakib Al Hasan went straight to Sri Lanka to participate in the 4th Lanka Premier League after playing in GT20. After the same tournament, the senior cricketer will join the national team for the next Asian Cup. Bangladesh will head to Pakistan first to face Afghanistan and Sri Lanka.
Teams will then travel to Sri Lanka for the remainder of the competition if they manage to qualify for the next round. In particular, as of today, the Asian Cup is scheduled to start on August 31st.