Bangladesh stars Shakib Al Hasan and Mustafizur Rahman may need to leave the progressing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 sooner than anticipated after the new isolate rule presented by the country’s wellbeing service. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Nizamuddin Chowdhury on Monday said they have requested that the couple illuminate the board about their arrangements.
According to the new isolate rules forced by the Bangladesh wellbeing service, voyagers from India and South Africa should go through a compulsory 14-day isolate period on their appearance in Bangladesh. Subsequently, both Shakib and Musafizur should be in isolate for 14 days on their appearance in the country except if the BCB figures out how to get some unwinding from the service.
Notwithstanding, according to a report in Cricbuzz, BCB will require unique consent from the Directorate General of Health Services to profit any unwinding. Furthermore, it is exceptionally improbable that the unwinding will be considered for the players because of the disorder brought about continuously wave of COVID-19 in India and across the globe.
“We have asked them (Shakib and Mustafizur) to let us know what is their plan for the next 15 days while we have also asked the health ministry to know what kind of quarantine protocol the two players will need to follow,” said by Nizamuddin Chowdhury, BCB Chief Executive as quoted by Cricbuzz.
The Bangladesh group which is as of now in Sri Lanka will be returning back home not long after the second Test between the different sides closed on Monday (May 03).
Notwithstanding, Bangladesh won’t need to adhere to a similar isolate rules. Shakib and Mustafizur, who should return on May 19 and join the remainder of the crew in front of their three-match ODI arrangement against Sri Lanka at home from May 23 subsequent to serving three-day separation