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BCB pays Zimbabwe’s extra two days hotel bill

BSS, Chattogram

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will bear all the expenses of Zimbabwe as the visitors would have to stay here for two days more.

Zimbabwe team officials were believed to be concerned about their extra two days hotel fare after their hope to reach the ongoing Tri-nation T20 series final was shattered.

BCB came to their rescue like the way as they did by accommodating in the tri-nation despite. They were suspended by the International Cricket Council recently.

After losing the first three successive games, Zimbabwe are already out of the tournament and according to standard practice the team that fails to reach the final was expected to sign off from the hotel on September 23.

Zimbabwe team was in a dilemma over paying the hotel bills for the additional two days as they intended to leave Dhaka on September 25.

According to official, the tourist wants to stay in Bangladesh for the next four days after playing their last game against Afghanistan as they are expected to conduct a small camp before departing to Singapore on September 25 to take part in a tri-nation series.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have also paid the plane fares of the Zimbabwe team due to their financial situations.

However, the Zimbabwean board will return the payment later.

“Actually, it is a standard practice where a home board bears all the expenses of the touring teams. Even if there are some financial issues of the touring party, the home board tackles it and later sends an invoice to the respective boards. I think it’s an internal matter between the boards,” BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said on Friday when his attention was drawn regarding the matter.

 

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