All-rounder Mahmudullah is the latest Bangladeshi to join the long list of injuries. The Mymensingh cricketer complained of pain in his left ankle and will thus be missing the sixth and last round of the Bangladesh Cricket League for Walton Central Zone, starting Tuesday.
Central Zone, placed at third in the points table with 42 points, will take on Islami Bank East Zone in Rajshahi’s Shaheed Kamruzzaman Cricket Stadium.
Central Zone team manager Milton Ahmed confirmed the media of the side missing Mahmudullah in the last game of the season.
According to chief BCB physician, Dr Debashish Chowdhury, Mahmudullah has not picked up any new injury, rather it is a recurrence of an old injury.
“The injury is not that serious and we do not need to have him undergo medial scan. We have asked him to take rest for a day or two. We will go for further treatment if there is no sufficient recovery,” informed Dr Debashish to the media Monday.
A good number of national cricketers including the likes of Tamim Iqbal, Taskin Ahmed and Mehedi Hasan Miraz are missing from action in the franchise-based four-day tournament due to different injuries.