The 28-year old Ali Khan suffered a hamstring injury during their second match against Dhaka Dynamites Tuesday, and was later ruled out for the rest of the tournament
Pakistan left-arm paceman Junaid Khan is all set to arrive in Dhaka today to replace the injured Khulna Titans pacer Ali Khan in the BPL T20.
The 28-year old Ali suffered a hamstring injury during their second match against Dhaka Dynamites Tuesday, and was later ruled out for the rest of the tournament.
Junaid has featured for the Titans in the last two editions of the BPL.
The 28-year old gave an exclusive interview to @DhakaTribune where he discussed in details his journey towards prominence, cricket career, the @CPL adventure and his thoughts on his first stint at the @Official_BPLT20 for the @khulnatitanshttps://t.co/lsJPSs2nug#ALIKHAN #KHANJanuary 8, 2019
He took five wickets in two games in the last edition in 2017, and bagged 20 wickets in 14 matches in 2016 to finish as the second highest wicket taker.
Ali on the other hand notched two wickets in as many games this season for Khulna before injuring himself.