|| CF Correspondent ||
Chattogram Challengers skipper Mahmudullah said that he is trying to make himself available from the Dhaka–phase in the ongoing Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League.
Mahmudullah has been out of action since facing a hamstring injury but he is leaving no stone unturned to get on track for his side from the Dhaka leg of the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League.
The seven-team tournament completed its Sylhet phase yesterday and will resume at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka from Tuesday.
Mahmudullah has been able to play only three matches for Chattogram so far this season as the all-rounder suffered from his previous hamstring injury that he sustained during Bangladesh’s day-night Test against India in Kolkata in November last year.
“I want to come back in the Dhaka phase. I am doing both batting and bowling and there is no pain. Rest depends on the physio,” Mahmudullah told reporters after completing a running session at the academy premises.
The 33-year old suffered a hamstring injury while batting during the Tigers’ Kolkata Test against India where Mahmudullah was unable to bat since going off the field due to the injury.
Mahmudullah however did manage to make a comeback from the hamstring after missing out the first two games of the BBPL for Chattogram since he recovered from the injury and played three games before the injury once again reoccurred against Dhaka Platoon at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong on December 18.
While the team travelled to Sylhet, Mahmudullah opted to stay back in Dhaka and undergo an intensive rehab under the BCB medical team.