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Russell cracked an imposing 21-ball 40 and also bowled a tidy spell up front for Dynamites

Sylhet Sixers vs Dhaka Dynamites

All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and Andre Russell starred with both bat and ball to help Dhaka Dynamites build a four-point lead at the top of the table. Already on the top, DYNAMITE came out with further clinical Sylhet Sixers show stationed aside by six wickets on Friday. Batting first, Liton is The good start for the Sixers went pretty, but to accelerate Sabbir Rahman and Afif Hossain failed.

Skipper David Warner, who is fighting against the pain in his elbow, played again, make a major contribution in the middle. Warner struck eight fours and a six in his half century, but the left-hander failed to find support at the other end. While Russell is a wicket, took, Shakib accounted for the key wickets of Liton and Warner as the Sixers were restricted to 158 in your quota.

In response, dynamite sticks were in trouble, the order to depart very early, with their top cheap. At 37/3, skipper Shakib, together with Darwish Rasooli re-chase to revive. The couple added to do 75 for the fourth wicket with Shakib, the bulk of the scoring.

The veteran helped to seat themselves in a half-century and took a return as soon as Rasooli was dismissed by Mohammad Irfan, as Russell went on a rampage to finish the procedure quickly. The Windies all-rounder, four sixes hit in his unbeaten 40 in just 21 balls as Dynamites polished to spare the chase with three overs.

Brief scores: Sylhet Sixers 158/8 in 20 overs (David Warner 63, Liton, 27; Andrew Birch 3-42, Shakib Al Hasan 2-34) lost Dhaka Dynamites 163/4 in 17 rounds (Shakib Al Hasan, 61*, Andre Russell 40*; Mohammad Irfan 2-38) of six wickets

Khulna Titans vs Comilla Victorians

A century stand between openers Tamim Iqbal and Anamul Haque Comilla Victorians helped to pick up a nervy Khulna titans win. While Anamul was happy to play second fiddle, Tamim, the attacker, the added in the course of the partnership as a duo was 115 for the first wicket while chasing 182.

According to the state-of-the victory is just a formality seemed, before the titans made a comeback. Junaid Khan overwhelmed with a great spell picking up four wickets ended break as of a lower order together, kept his side in the competition. But Thisara Perera who can help in good form of late with the bat, struck a couple of boundaries in death, his side go past the finish line.

Earlier in the evening, although Jahurul Islam was dismissed for a duck in the first, his opening partner Junaid Siddique went on a rampage, striking four fours and four sixes in his 41-ball 70. Titans were well placed at 145 for 3 at the end of the 15 more, but the Victorians conceded only 36 runs in the last five to hold the opposition to 181. Victorians, the efforts in the slog overs proved to be the difference at the end.

Brief scores: 181/7 in 20 overs (Junaid Siddique 70, Al-Amin, 32; Shahid Afridi 3-35) lost Comilla Victorians 186/7 in 19.4 overs (Tamim Iqbal 73, Anamul Haque 40; Junaid Khan 4-32) by three wickets

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