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Bangladesh on Tuesday included uncapped opening batsman Munim Shahriar in their 14-man T20 squad for a two-match series against Afghanistan next month.
Tamim Iqbal said on Thursday that he would prolong his break for at least another six months, adding to speculation over his future in the short format.
The BCB chief also ruled out the possibility of shifting the tournament in a foreign land, just like the Indian Premier League which is currently being held closed-doors in the UAE.
Ashraful was suspended for five years from cricket after he was caught involved in a match-fixing scandal in 2013 edition of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
Shafaq accepted four charges relating to breach of the ACB Anti-Corruption Code during the inaugural edition of the Afghanistan Premier League T20 in 2018 and the 2019 edition of the BPL.
West Indian star Chris Gayle terms Pakistan 'one of the safest places in the world' weeks after return of Test cricket to nation
Big-hitting West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has endorsed Pakistan as "one of the safest places" in the world, weeks after Test cricket returned to the country after a decade.
The big-hitting Chris Gayle has said he would "love to carry on as long as possible" in competitive cricket as he is still passionate about the game.
Pakistan Cricket Board's fitness test will cover five major areas, namely fat analysis, strength, endurance, speed endurance and cross-fit, and will carry equal weightage.
West Indies star cricketer Chris Gayle is likely to play in the tournament after 4 January in the three league phase games.
India vs West Indies: Chris Gayle takes a 'break', says will skip ODIs against Men in Blue and Big Bash League
Chris Gayle said: "West Indies called me to play ODIs, but I am not going to play. They (selectors) want me to play with the youngsters, but for this year I am going to take a break."
Bangladesh hopes to attract Indian players to its revamped Twenty20 league to boost its international pool and raise the profile of the cash-rich tournament.
Shakib Al Hasan's ban is shock to the system, hard to explain what he must be going through, says Mohammad Ashraful
Ashraful, who was indicted in a corruption case in the Bangladesh Premier League, offered support to Shakib, saying it's going to be tough 12 months for one of the most iconic players that Bangladesh have produced.
'No sympathy for him', says former England captain Michael Vaughan on Shakib Al Hasan two-years ban from international cricket
Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja said that Shakib's actions and the fallout of those are a classic example of none being bigger than the game
Feeling "overloaded", Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has decided to give up his duties behind the stumps in Test cricket to prolong his career across the formats.
India vs Bangladesh: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly confident that tour will go ahead as planned despite players' strike
The upcoming tour was on Monday thrown into jeopardy after their national team players refused to participate in any cricketing activity until their demands, including a hike in salary, are met.
Bangladesh are scheduled to play three-match T20I series and a two-match Test series in India in November with the first T20I slated to begin on 3 November and the tour is in doubt following the cricketers' boycott.
Bangladesh Cricket Board sacks two first-class coaches for not playing leg-spinners in National Cricket League
Bangladesh have upped in the ante in their quest for a quality leg-spin bowler, with two domestic first-class coaches sacked for not fielding one in the National Cricket League.
Yuvraj Singh mulls retirement from international cricket, may seek BCCI nod to compete in foreign T20 leagues
Yuvraj Singh, one of India's greatest limited overs cricketers, is seriously contemplating retirement from international cricket and pursue a freelance career in ICC approved foreign Twenty20 leagues.
Taskin in particular will be cover for key bowler Rubel Hossain, who has been suffering from a side injury, and fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman, who is yet to recover from an ankle injury.
Former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed and two other men have been given a trial date after they were accused of conspiring to offer bribes to professional cricket players.