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Shakib is coming back to the country?

Bangladeshi all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has played just one match so far this year. In the match against Kolkata Knight Riders, Bat-ball did not get much success in both the matches. Then out of the team The left-handed all-rounder has to sit in the four-match side bench.

And the preparation of the World Cup in Bangladesh is going on for a long time. Then what is Shakib back to the country? However, no one has commented on behalf of BCB on behalf of Shakib again.

Regarding the availability of Shakib XI, Hyderabad-based consultant VVS Laxman said, "It's really bad not to play like a player like Shakib. But the tournament rules four foreign players can be played. Such rules to give more opportunities to domestic cricketers That's why Shakib dropped.

Shakib was not in New Zealand tour due to injury He has joined the IPL since the start of the injury. But Shakib is the only match to play.

However, Shakib's performance in the previous edition of Hyderabad was very good. He scored 239 runs in 17 matches. He got 14 wickets in the ball.

Shakib Al Hasan joined the Sunrisers Haridabad in 2018 after playing several seasons in Kolkata Knight Riders. Shakib was named in almost every match for the knights. The Bangladeshi all-rounder, who was the best XI in each match last season for Sunrisers, But the World Cup all-rounder has been dropped from the team in the second match of this year.

The number of foreign players in Hyderabad this year is eight. Shakib and Mohammad Nabi are two all-rounders in Afghanistan. Apart from David Warner, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Rashid Khan, Johnny Bairstow, Billy Stenlake, foreign stars are in Hyderabad squad. According to the rules of the IPL, a team can play four foreigners in a match. Shakib has to face tough challenge to get into the field.
                

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