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Teams to maintain winning momentum

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Published Date: 12 Nov 2017 | Update : 12 Nov 2017

In the 6th day of AKS Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) T20 Powered by Shah Cement will feature two matches at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS).

Chittagong Vikings will take on Khulna Titans in the first match of the day. After a defeat on the opening match, Vikings secured victory in the second match by beating Rangpur Riders.

Khulna Titans started their campaign with a defeat against Dhaka Dynamites. Then they bounced back in the next game with a win over Sylhet Sixers. Chittagong are 5th in the points table while currently Khulna are the bottom team in the table. This match will start from 1 pm (BD time).

On the other hand, after clinching the first win against Rangpur Riders, Rajshahi Kings will meet Comilla Victorians in the second match of the day. Kings  lost both of their first two matches at Sylhet.

Meanwhile, Comilla Victorians also got back to the winning ways after a defeat in their first match. Comilla are currently 3rd in the points table with 2 points from 2 matches. Rajshahi also have 2 points but placed 4th in the table as Comilla got the better net run-rate. This match will start from 6 pm (BD time).


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