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Dhaka Premier Division – Bangladesh’s Shahadat Hossain returns to competitive cricket after 18 months of five-year ban

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No official BCB word yet on reduction of his ban, but he played a Dhaka Premier Division match on Saturday

Bangladesh fast bowler Shahadat Hossain, banned in November 2019 for five years for slapping a team-mate during a first-class match, played in a Dhaka Premier Division game on Saturday, despite there being no official statement from the BCB on the reduction of his ban.

ESPNcricinfo has learnt Hossain, who bowled two wicketless overs for Partex Sporting Club on his return against Old DOHS Sports Club, will not need to serve any more than the 18 months he has already completed in his five-year ban.


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