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12 January, 2019 11:10:55 AM
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Hafeez won’t play in 2nd phase for Rajshahi

Sports Reporter, Dhaka
Hafeez won’t play in 2nd phase for Rajshahi
Mohammad Hafeez

Rajshahi Kings Pakistan recruit all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will not be seen in the second phase of the 2019 Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) as he will wrap up his BPL campaign with Dhaka phase, which will end on Sunday.

The Kings will finish their first phase in Dhaka with the match against Rangpur Riders on January 12 (Sunday). The experienced all-rounder played two matches so far for the Kings but he is yet to show his prowess with his bat and ball as he scored 35 (29 and 6) and claimed a wicket in his two matches.

It is learnt from the Kings’ official that they will wrap up their Dhaka phase with the Rangpur Riders match, which will be the last match for Mohammad Hafeez. “Hafeez will play his last game in BPL on Sunday. But we are yet to fix his replacement,” said Amlan Mostakim.

Dhaka Dynamites did not bring any replacement of their West Indies’ recruit Rovman Powell, who did not get his non-objection certificate (NOC) from the West Indies Cricket Board. It’s learnt from the Dynamites officials that they can bring Roveman’s replacement any time if needed.

A string of oversea players might be seen in the second phase of the BPL in Sylhet. Of them, South African batsman AB de Villiers (Rangpur Riders), Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga and Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah (Khulna Titans), Amir Yeamin and Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera (Comilla Victorians).

In addition, Steven Smith of Comilla Victorians is the first big player who returned home from Bangladesh after being injured. Meanwhile, some of the players including Carlos Brathwaite and Ali Khan were sustained injuries but none of them left Dhaka for their respective countries. 

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