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26 January, 2019 09:35:26 AM
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Titans face Sixers to exceed each other

Sports Reporter, Chattogram
Titans face Sixers to exceed each other

The second day of the fourth-leg in Chattogram will also experience two matches, of which the first outing will be held between the rock bottom teams of the points-chart- Khulna Titans and Sylhet Sixers today.

The fixture for them will be fighting to exceed each other will begin at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium (ZACS) in the ports city at 1:30pm.

Even though they still have a theoretical chance to progress, both Sylhet and Titans are struggling without many hopes to meet the requirements anymore but can upset the apple cart of those sitting pretty at the top of the points-table.  

This will be the first match for Khulna Titans at Chattogram leg, while the second for Sylhet Sixers after their opening clash against high-ranked Rajshahi Kings, who will play the identical but highest number of four matches with table-toppers Chittagong Vikings.

The Titans held their intense practice session at the M. A Aziz Stadium under the guidance of the head coach Mahela Jayawardene ahead of their maiden tie in Chattogram leg.

Khulna Titans fast-bowler Subashis Roy spoke to media after their training session, where he vowed that the matches they have remained will try to play better cricket by giving their hundred percent.

“We have nothing to lose much longer,” said Subashis Roy, who played four BPL matches for Khulna Titans.

“We will come in the field and attempt to give our hundred percent. Along with that, we will try to play better cricket and finish each match of BPL in good manner,” Subashis told in the aftermath of the maiden practice session in Chattogram yesterday.

The Titans paceman, who picked so far one wicket in his four-match stint, said they will evolve thought the next matches of the tournament, ‘match by match’ to fix strong focus only on match so that they can triumph the match and finish the tournament better further.

“Actually we have no time to think much. We are focusing only on our play how we could play better cricket and finish it what we have remained unfinished in style,” he said.

“We will go in the field and try to win every game. The rest will be seen later on,” he maintained.

When asked about his performance, Subashis said, “I didn’t get chance to play at the initial stage of the BPL. I came at the latter part of the journey and try to better my performance. So far, it has been good but I have efforts to do well further.”

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