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Cricket news - Sabbir Rahman set to return for New Zealand ODIs

We have high hopes from him and I hope he will be able to continue [playing like that] - Mortaza

Bangladesh Cricket Board is set to reduce the international ban on Sabbir Rahman, making him available for selection for the upcoming ODI series against new Zealand. Bangladesh series and the tour of new Zealand directly after the completion of the BPL in the first week of February for a three-game.

Sabbir was slapped a six-month ban from international cricket by the BCB in September 2018 for his repeated off-field issues, the latest one to be social-network-fiasco, where he allegedly abused and threatened a fan on Facebook.

After the sanction, Sabbir ' s ban is due to continue until February 28, but Cricbuzz it reduces was understood at the urging of the ODI skipper Mashrafe Mortaza, was impressed by his performance in the ongoing BPL 2019. After lukewarm performances in the first five matches for Sylhet Sixers, Sabbir, it finally managed to score 85 runs against Rangpur riders on Saturday (19. January).

"I don't want to say that he (had done Sabbir Rahman) exceptionally, but he also played against us in the last game. He was in the national team because he showed the ability in the previous game, and he has the ability to play that kind of cricket. We have high expectations of him, and I hope he will be able to continue to [play like that]," Mortaza said on Tuesday (22. January).

Cricbuzz, understands, however, that the BCB's disciplinary Committee has notified the Board of Directors, Sabbir prohibition ended in December. "We consider him [informed choice] disciplinary Commission [us], and his international ban ended in December," BCB chief selector Minhajul Abedin Cricbuzz said.

Sabbir loaded have been attacked in the past for a number of issues, such as physically, a fan in a National Cricket League match in Rajshahi, the use of offensive words, while a response to a Facebook post from a fan and team-mate Mehedi Hasan beat during the Afghanistan series. To beat the time of the six-month ban for the Facebook fiasco, which was a hard batsman to beat was still served a six-month ban from domestic cricket, and denied a national contract, together with a fine of Tk 20 lakh. In 2016, he was fined 30 per cent of the BPL contract money for bringing a female guest to his hotel room.

The BCB is scheduled to announce the team on Wednesday (23. January

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