Tamim Iqbal, the Bangladesh opener, who is getting ready to partake in the impending Everest Premier League, has gotten the No protest testament from the Bangladesh Cricket Board to participate in the opposition. His interest in the competition will stamp his re-visitation of serious cricket following a two-month recovery from a knee injury.
Tamim, who had missed three progressive T20I series – against Zimbabwe, Australia and New Zealand – attributable to the injury and had removed from the forthcoming ICC T20 World Cup, started his planning at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium from September 19.
Tamim had at first wanted to have in the EPL as influence of his groundwork for the T20 World Cup however later chose not to be essential for the worldwide occasion.
Akram Khan, the BCB Cricket Operation executive affirmed to Cricbuzz that Tamim has gotten the NOC. The southpaw batted in the nets for 50 minutes and even went through a couple of handling drills as a piece of preparing.
BCB boss doctor Debashish Chowdhury, who had a nearby gander at Tamim while he was batting in the nets revealed to Cricbuzz that they are anticipating that he should be completely fit before the competition, planned for Nepal from September 25 to October 9.
“Tamim isn’t having any issue when he’s batting yet we’d like to perceive how he feels while running and handling. Yet, the manner in which he is improving, we are confident that he will actually want to make it in EPL,” said Debashish.
Tamim had experienced a physical issue to his right knee during Bangladesh’s two-Test visit through Sri Lanka in April-May.
Be that as it may, he needed to stop the competition halfway in the wake of disturbing the injury while playing in the association and missed the oddball Test against Zimbabwe. Subsequent to driving the side in the ODI series in Zimbabwe, Tamim skirted the T20 leg and went through a recovery program in the wake of getting back.