Domestic cricket still uncertain
|| CF Correspondent ||
While BCB successfully Bangabandhu Twenty20 Cup, an initiative from the Bangladesh Cricket Board to bring the players back into the fold after a long break, they are yet not ready to resume Dhaka Premier League.
The five-team T20 tournament is the second tournament staged by BCB during the COVID-19 pandemic after the fifty-over competition BCB President’s Cup in October.
"It is difficult to say whether we will take this initiative (of resuming domestic cricket). I want to take it in the appropriate time and it all depends on whether we can manage it. So far we have the Windies series in mind," Nazmul told
‘’Since the Windies series will be here, everything has to be done with that in mind. Nothing can be done from an angle where one of our players is infected or something that will give a negative impression to the outside. So whatever we do has to be done very carefully. And the next thing is that our tour is starting. Personally I think very soon, everything is going to get better in the next couple of months. If it gets better then we can definitely start,’’ he concluded about DPL that was stopped after the first round for corona.