Tamim Iqbal receives NOC to play in Everest Premier League: There is no objection. The Bangladesh starter Tamim Iqbal, who is preparing to participate in the upcoming Everest. Super League has obtained the certificate of participation from the Bangladesh Cricket Committee. His participation in the game marked his return to cricket after two months of recovery from a knee injury. BCB Cricket Operations Chairman Akram Khan confirmed to Cricbuzz that Tamim has received NOC. As part of the training, the left-hander played 50 minutes of netting and even completed some field exercises. BCB Chief Medical Officer carefully observed Tamim as he hit the ball. He told Cricbuzz that in January.
Tamim Iqbal receive NOC to play in Everest Premier League
Tamim missed three consecutive T20I. Series matches against Zimbabwe, Australia, and New Zealand due to injury, and withdrew from the upcoming ICC T20 World Championship. He started his preparations at the Shere Bangla National Cricket Ground on September 19th.
“Tamim is not having any problem when he is batting, but we have to see how he feels while running and fielding. But the way he is improving, we are hopeful that he will be able to make it in EPL,”. Said Debashish.
From April to May, Tamim injured his right knee during two test trips between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Subsequently, he participated in the home ODI series against Sri Lanka and the Benjaban Dudaka Super League T20 League.
However, after his injury deteriorated in the league. But, they missed a one-time test against Zimbabwe, he had to withdraw from the game halfway through. In addition, After leading the team in the ODI series in Zimbabwe, Tamim skipped the T20 stage and accepted a rehabilitation plan after returning home.
Tamim originally planned to participate in the Premier League as part of his preparations for the T20 World Cup, but later decided not to participate in global competitions.