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BCB to allow half audience during Afganistan series!

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CRICDOT DESK :The BCB had allowed a limited number of spectators to enter the gallery during the last four matches of the BPL after receiving the green signal from the government. Due to Corona, the restrictions directed by the government are coming to an end tomorrow. The Bangladesh-Afghanistan ODI series will start on February 23 in Chittagong. Visitors will be in the gallery for the Tigers’ home series against the Afghans as government restrictions are lifted. Cricket fans will get a chance to enjoy the game from the field.

BCB wants to sell tickets for half the seats. The BCB will sell at least 4,000 tickets in Chittagong and 6,000 in Mirpur, even though the government has not given permission for such a large number of spectators. Meanwhile, with the end of complexity, this series will have a complete DRSE (Decision Review System). This information was given by the chairman of the media committee of the BCB Tanvir Ahmed Titu yesterday.

Asked if there were any spectators in the international A-series, the BCB director said yesterday, “4,000 spectators were allowed to enter the BPL as per government guidelines.” However, in the Bangladesh-Afghanistan series, we want the audience to be 50 percent. It is expected that at least 3 to 4 thousand spectators will get the opportunity to enter the field in Chittagong and 5 thousand in Dhaka. Even then, we are trying to get 50 percent of the visitors from the government. ‘However, the bottom of each gallery will be empty. And the BCB has urged the spectators to follow the hygiene rules.

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Despite many attempts, BCB could not launch DRS in BPL. The technicians could not come to Dhaka during the BPL even though the equipment was gone. However, before the Bangladesh-Afghanistan series, DRS technicians have moved to Dhaka. So this series will have full DRSE.

Yesterday, Tanvir Ahmed Titu said, ‘DRS equipment has come to Dhaka during BPL. The technical people who will run it have also left. Hopefully, we will be able to use 100% DRS in Bangladesh-Afghanistan series. ‘

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