The seventh season of BPL 7 is going to happen early in December 2019-20. Bangladesh Premier League is the top t20 cricket league played domestically in Bangladesh every year. The league will be organized by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and officially scheduled to start from 5 December 2019 and finale will be played on January 11, 2020.
BPL League 2020 Fixture: Schedule, Squads, Players, Tickets, Venues
The Bangabandhu BPL will start with the great opening ceremony on 4 December 2019. In contrast with the previous leagues, this year the tournament will be completely hosted by BCB announced by Nazmul Hassan Papon president of BCB On 11 September 2019.
- Opening Ceremony: 4 December 2019
- Start Date: 5 December 2019
- End Date (Finale): 11 January 2020
- 1 BPL League 2020 Fixture: Schedule, Squads, Players, Tickets, Venues
- 1.1 Tournament Rules of 2020 BPL League
- 1.2 BPL 2020 Schedule and Teams List
- 1.3 BPL Bangladesh League 2020 Locations
- 1.4 Bangladesh League BPL Tickets And Travel
- 1.5 The Bangabandhu BPL 2020 Match Fixture, Squads
- 1.6 BPL 2019-20 Schedule will be released soon.
- 1.7 BPL 7 2020 Live Broadcast And Streaming Channels
- 1.8 Bangladesh Premier League 2020 Franchise Teams Owners
- 1.9 BPL League 2020 Season 7 Franchise Teams Coaches
- 1.10 Teams Captains Of Bangladesh Premier League 2019-20
Tournament Rules of 2020 BPL League
The rules have been decided after the mutual agreement between Bangladesh Cricket Board and ICC Cricket Council.
- According to the agreement, each franchise team squad will consist of a total of 16 Players.
- Out of 11 playing players, 4 foreign players are allowed to be a part of a team this year.
- Furthermore, there should be 7 domestic players among 11 (ground players).
BPL 2020 Schedule and Teams List
A total of 7 teams will compete in the league. Chittagong Vikings was announced not to take part in the 7th season and Board thought to replace it with two new teams. But in the final announcement, the decision was reverted back and the teams will remain 7. Below is the list of BPL 2020 final teams.
- Chittagong Vikings
- Comilla Victorians
- Dhaka Dynamites
- Khulna Titans
- Rajshahi Kings
- Rangpur Riders
- Sylhet Sixers
BPL Bangladesh League 2020 Locations
A total of 46 matches will be played in the following 3 grounds located in Bangladesh.
- Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
- Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
- Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet
Bangladesh League BPL Tickets And Travel
We have seen a huge trend of BPL league searches and craze of cricket lovers getting momentum day by day. Fans around the world want to know about the fixture and schedule and anxious to plan their trip and buy tickets for BPL 2020 on time. It is a great short trip and entertainment for cricket lovers during these 46 matches which are expected to be played in the time frame of 38 days. We are on the edge of announcements about tickets and schedules. BPL7 tickets will be available on sale in the next few weeks. Last year the ticket price was 200 to 2000 TAKA and could be purchased online from shohoz.com.
The Bangabandhu BPL 2020 Match Fixture, Squads
Last year we have seen the famous t20 players in the squad. All teams were in such fine balance and it was overall a great fixture. Do you remember the Rangpur Riders team had‘ Chris Gayle, Mashrafe Mortaza, AB de Villiers, Alex Hales, Ravi Bopara and Oshane Thomas on the list although these are world-class cricketers but unfortunately they were not able to stand against Comilla Victorians and Dhaka Dynamites who have survived the final qualifying round. Dhaka Dynamites succeeded to win the trophy by‘ Shakib Al Hasan, Sunil Narine, Rovmon Powell, Kieron Pollard, and Andre Russell, Nasir Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, David Warner and Sandeep Lamichhane on their side. While Comilla runners up against Dhaka but the players on their side weren’t ordinary.
The official Player list for BPL7 is not announced yet but you can take the idea from the previous league below.
|Rangpur Riders||Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Nazmul Islam, Mohammad Mithun, Chris Gayle (WI), AB de Villiers (SA), Alex Hales (ENG), Shafiul Islam, Shohag Gazi, Farhad Reza, Mehedi Maruf, Ravi Bopara (ENG), Rilee Rossouw (SA), Nahidul Islam, Nadif Chowdhury, Abul Hasan, Fardin Hossain, Benny Howell (ENG), Osane Thomas (WI)|
|Dhaka Dynamites||Shakib al Hasan, Sunil Narine (WI), Rovman Powell (WI), Kieron Pollard (WI), Andre Russell (WI), Hazratullah Zazai (AFG), Rubel Hossain, Nurul Hasan, Rony Talukdar, Shuvagata Hom, Andrew Birch (SA), Ian Bell (ENG), Qazi Anik, Mizanur Rahman, Asif Hasan, Shahadat Hossain, Naim Sheikh.|
|Khulna Titans||Mahmudullah, Ariful Haque, Nazmul Hossain, Carlos Brathwaite (WI), David Malan (ENG), Ali Khan (USA), Jahurul Islam, Shoriful Islam, Taijul Islam, Al Amin, Zahir Khan (AFG), Sherfane Rutherford (WI), Subashis Roy, Junaid Siddique, Tanvir Islam, Mahidul Islam, Lasith Malinga (SL), Yasir Shah (PAK) Brendan Taylor (ZIM)|
|Comilla Victorians||Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Mohammad Saifuddin, Shoaib Malik (PAK), Liam Dawson (ENG), Asela Gunaratne (SL), Abu Hider Rony, Anamul Haque, Mahedi Hasan, Ziaur Rahman, Shahid Afridi (PAK), Thisara Perera (SL), Mosharraf Hossain, Mohammad Shahid, Shamsur Rahman, Sanjit Saha, Evin Lewis (WI), Waqar Salmakheil (AFG), Amer Yamin (PAK)|
|Rajshahi Kings||Mominul Haque, Mehedi Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Zakir Hasan, Christiaan Jonker (SA), Qais Ahmad (AFG), Soumya Sarkar, Fazle Rabbi, Arafat Sunny, Alauddin Babu, Isuru Udana (SL), Laurie Evans (ENG), Marshall Ayub, Kamrul Islam, Ryan Ten Doeschate (NL), Sekkuge Prasanna (SL), Mohammad Sami (PAK)|
|Sylhet Sixers||Nasir Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Sohail Tanvir (PAK), Liton Das, David Warner (AUS), Sandeep Lamichhane (NEP), Afif Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Al-amin Hossain, Tawhid Hridoy, Fabian Allen (WI), Mohammad Irfan (PAK), Nabil Samad, Ebadat Hossain, Alok Kapali, Zakir Ali Anik, Gulbadin Naib (AFG), Andre Fletcher (WI), Mehedi Hasan Rana, Pat Brown (ENG), Nicholas Pooran (WI)|
|Chittagong Vikings||Luke Ronchi (NZ), Mushfiqur Rahim, Sanjamul Islam, Sikandar Raza (ZIM), Mohammad Shahzad (AFG), Robert Frylinck (SA), Mosaddek Hossain, Abu Jayed Rahi, Khaled Ahmed, Nayeem Hasan, Cameron Delport (SA), Dasun Shanaka (SL), Mohammad Ashraful, Rabiul Haque, Yasir Ali, Nihaduzzaman, Nazibullah Zadran (AFG), Salman Islam.
BPL 2019-20 Schedule will be released soon.
Here you can see the previous league schedule.
|Date||Match||Time (IST / PKT)||Venue|
|05-Jan-19||Rangpur Riders vs Chittagong Vikings||Chittagong Vikings won by 3 wickets.||Dhaka|
|05-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Rajshahi Kings||Dhaka Dynamites won by 83 runs||Dhaka|
|06-Jan-19||Comilla Victorians vs Sylhet Sixers||Comilla Victorians won by 4 wickets||Dhaka|
|06-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 8 runs||Dhaka|
|08-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Khulna Titans||Dhaka Dynamites won by 105 runs||Dhaka|
|08-Jan-19||Comilla Victorians vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 9 wickets||Dhaka|
|09-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Chittagong Vikings||Sylhet Sixers won by 5 runs||Dhaka|
|09-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Rajshahi Kings||Rajshahi Kings won by 7 wickets||Dhaka|
|11-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Rangpur Riders||Dhaka Dynamites won by 2 runs||Dhaka|
|11-Jan-19||Comilla Victorians vs Rajshahi Kings||Comilla Victorians won by 5 wickets||Dhaka|
|12-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Khulna Titans||Chittagong Vikings won the Super Over||Dhaka|
|12-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Sylhet Sixers||Dhaka Dynamites won by 32 runs||Dhaka|
|13-Jan-19||Rangpur Riders vs Rajshahi Kings||Rajshahi Kings won by 5 runs||Dhaka|
|13-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Comilla Victorians||Chittagong Vikings won by 4 wickets||Dhaka|
|15-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Rajshahi Kings||Khulna Titans won by 25 runs||Sylhet|
|15-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Comilla Victorians||Comilla Victorians won by 8 wickets||Sylhet|
|16-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Rajshahi Kings||Rajshahi Kings won by 20 runs||Sylhet|
|16-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Rangpur Riders||Sylhet Sixers won by 27 runs||Sylhet|
|18-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Dhaka Dynamites||Dhaka Dynamites won by 6 wickets||Sylhet|
|18-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Comilla Victorians||Comilla Victorians won by 3 wickets||Sylhet|
|19-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 4 wickets||Sylhet|
|19-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Khulna Titans||Chittagong Vikings won by 26 runs||Sylhet|
|21-Jan-19||Comilla Victorians vs Rajshahi Kings||Rajshahi Kings won by 38 runs||Dhaka|
|21-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Chittagong Vikings||Chittagong Vikings won by 3 wickets||Dhaka|
|22-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 6 wickets||Dhaka|
|22-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Comilla Victorians||Comilla Victorians won by 7 runs||Dhaka|
|23-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Rajshahi Kings||Chittagong Vikings won by 6 wickets||Dhaka|
|23-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Sylhet Sixers||Khulna Titans won by 21 runs||Dhaka|
|25-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Rajshahi Kings||Sylhet Sixers won by 76 runs||Chittagong|
|25-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 72 runs||Chittagong|
|26-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Khulna Titans||Sylhet Sixers won by 58 runs||Chittagong|
|26-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Rajshahi Kings||Rajshahi Kings won by 7 runs||Chittagong|
|28-Jan-19||Khulna Titans vs Comilla Victorians||Comilla Victorians won by 80 runs||Chittagong|
|28-Jan-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 8 wickets||Chittagong|
|29-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Comilla Victorians||Comilla Victorians won by 7 wickets||Chittagong|
|29-Jan-19||Rangpur Riders vs Rajshahi Kings||Rangpur Riders won by 6 wickets||Chittagong|
|30-Jan-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Dhaka Dynamites||Chittagong Vikings won by 11 runs||Chittagong|
|30-Jan-19||Sylhet Sixers vs Rajshahi Kings||Rajshahi Kings won by 5 wickets||Chittagong|
|01-Feb-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Comilla Victorians||Comilla Victorians won by 1 run||Dhaka|
|01-Feb-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Sylhet Sixers||Sylhet Sixers won by 29 runs||Dhaka|
|02-Feb-19||Comilla Victorians vs Rangpur Riders||Rangpur Riders won by 9 wickets||Dhaka|
|02-Feb-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Khulna Titans||Dhaka Dynamites won by 6 wickets||Dhaka|
|04-Feb-19||Chittagong Vikings vs Dhaka Dynamites, Eliminator||Dhaka Dynamites won by 6 wickets||Dhaka|
|04-Feb-19||Rangpur Riders vs Comilla Victorians, Qualifier 1||Comilla Victorians won by 8 wickets||Dhaka|
|06-Feb-19||Dhaka Dynamites vs Rangpur Riders, Qualifier 2||Dhaka Dynamites won by 5 wickets||Dhaka|
|08-Feb-19||Comilla Victorians vs Dhaka Dynamites, Final||Comilla won by 17 runs||Dhaka|
BPL 7 2020 Live Broadcast And Streaming Channels
Every year BPL league live streaming rights are awarded to top tv channels by going through the bidding process. Gaza Tv broadcast all the BPL series in Bangladesh and expected to offer live matches this year. This league has become so popular in the past years not only on the domestic level but international sports media has also joined the play. There are so many big names who live telecast BPL matches every year.
How to watch Bangladesh BPL League Online? Due to the boom in internet technology, everyone is carrying a smartphone nowadays. TV broadcast has become less popular in the last few years. Someone on a busy schedule and on the go wants to enjoy the BPL match online. That’s why the sports channels gone digital and provide online streaming services so the t20 cricket lovers will not miss a single ball. Like Gaza TV in Bangladesh, other counties who got the live broadcast rights of the BPL league will also stream it. Like GEO Super in Pakistan, DSport in India. You can also watch it on Maasranga. Here is the complete list of Tv channels and online apps to watch BPL7 below.
|Bangladesh Premier League Broadcast Rights||Country|
|Gazi TV / Maasranga Television / Rabbitholebd Youtube Channel||Bangladesh|
|DSport / Rabbitholebd Sports Live Stream||India|
|MTV Sports||Sri Lanka|
|Star Gold UK ( Sky 729 and Virgin 801) / Hotstar UK||UK & Europe|
|BeIN Sports||Middle East|
|Hotstar live stream (USA, UK and Canada) and in Bangladesh the live stream will be available on Rabbithole website and App. The matches will also be live-streamed on Rabbitholebd Entertainment Youtube Channel (rest of the world).|
Bangladesh Premier League 2020 Franchise Teams Owners
The ownership of all teams was temporarily held by Bangladesh Cricket Board during the seventh season of 2019 – 2020. Well, previous ownership was as follows.
|Dhaka Dynamites||Salman & Shayan F. Rehman, BEXIMCO|
|Rajshahi Kings||Mango Entertainment|
|Sylhet Sixers||Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, Shahed Muhith, Sylhet Sports Limited|
|Khulna Titans||Gemcon Group|
|Rangpur Riders||Ahmed Akbar Sobhan, Bashundhara Group|
|Comilla Victorians||Nafisa Kamal, Mustafa Kamal, Legends Sporting Limited|
Here are some facts about the owners of BPL7 Team Owners.
Salman Fazlur Rehman
He is the Owner of Dhaka Dynamites BPL team. Born in 1951 on May 23rd. He is a famous businessman in Bangladesh. His rank is 1685th among the billionaires of the world, according to the Beijing publication in 2017. He is also a member of Parliament. He is the vice-chairman of the BEXIMCO group. His net worth is US$1.3 billion. Shayan is the son of Salman Fazlur Rehman.
BEXIMCO stands for Bangladesh Export Import Company Limited. This company was founded in the 1970’s. In Asia, this company incorporates one of the biggest textile production business. BEXIMCO trade goods to almost 103 countries globally. BEXIMCO deals in aviation, ceramics, construction, electric power generation, fashion, fisheries, media, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, real estate & textiles. More than 65,000 employees work for this company.
Abul Maal Abdul Muhith
He is the owner of Sylhet Sixers. Born in 1934 on January 25th. He is one of the biggest economists and diplomats in the country of Bangladesh. He was Bangladesh’s Finance Minister from January 2009 till December 2018. This man is associate with Bangladesh Awami Party (Political).
Ahmed Akbar Sobhan
Owner of Rangpur Riders. He is one of the top businessmen in Bangladesh. He was born in 1952 on February 15th. He is the founder & chairman of the Bashundhara group. His net worth is US$500 million.
The Bashundhara Group
It was founded in 1987. It deals in real estate, steel products, cement, LPG gas, shopping complex, paper, and allied products, national and international trading. More than 15,000 employees work in this company.
Owner of Comilla Victorians. He was born in 1947 on June 15th. He is a big politician in Bangladesh, a businessman, and a cricket official. He also owns a textile industry known as Lotus Kamal Group. He is a member of the Bangladesh Parliament. He is associated with a political party known as Bangladesh Awami League. He is the current Minister of Finance and former Minister for Planning.
She is also co-owner of Comilla Victorians. She is the daughter of Mustafa Kamal. She is a businesswoman and entrepreneur. She is the chairman of BPL franchise team Comilla Victorians. She is the director of the Lotus Kamal Group. She is operating in real estate and IT.
BPL League 2020 Season 7 Franchise Teams Coaches
Let’s have a look upon which team will be represented by which coach and their backgrounds a little bit.
|Franchise Team||Coach Name||Home Country|
|Dhaka Dynamites||Khaled Mahmud||Bangladesh|
|Rajshahi Kings||Lance Klusener||South Africa|
|Chittagong Vikings||Simon Helmot||Australia|
|Khulna Titans||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri-Lanka|
|Sylhet Sixers||Waqas Younis||Pakistan|
|Rangpur Riders||Tom Moody||Australia|
|Comilla Victorians||Mohammad Salahuddin||Bangladesh|
- Khaled Mahmud was born in 1971 on July 26th. He is also called as Sujon. He is a former ODI and test captain of the Bangladesh national cricket team. He played international cricket for Bangladesh from 1198 to 2016. He was a right-handed batsman. In his career, he played 12 test matches and 77 ODI matches. He was an all-rounder cricketer. He is now the manager of the Bangladesh national cricket team.
- Lance Klusener was born in 1971 on September 4th. He is also called as Zulu because of his grip on the Zulu language. He was a left-handed batsman. He played international cricket for South Africa from 1996 to 2004. In his career, he played 49 Tests and 171 ODI matches. He was an all-rounder cricketer. He is famous for his aggressive batting and fast-medium swing bowling. He is a South African cricket coach.
- Simon Helmot was born in 1972 on February 12th. He is a former coach of Melbourne Renegades. He is an Australian cricket coach. He was a right-handed batsman. He is also an assistant coach of the IPL team named Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Mahela Jayawardene was born in 1977 on May 27th. He was a right-handed batsman. He played international cricket for Sri-Lanka from 1997 to 2015. In his career, he played 149 Tests and 448 ODI matches. His highest test score was 374, which is the highest test score in the history of cricket, by a right-handed batsman. He is a Sri-Lankan cricket coach.
- Waqar Younis was born in 1971 on November 16th. He is also famous as express, the toe crusher, and sultan of swing. He is famous as one of the greatest bowlers of all time. He was a right-arm fast bowler. He played international cricket for Pakistan from 1989 to 2003. In his career, he played 87 Tests and 262 ODI matches. He is a Pakistani Australian cricket coach as well as a commentator. He is also the former captain of the Pakistan National Cricket team. He is also known as the youngest player to take 400 wickets in ODI cricket.
- Tom Moody was born in 1965 on October 2nd. His full name is Thomas Masson Moody. He was a right-handed batsman. He played international cricket for Australia from 1987 to 1999. In his career, he played 8 test and 76 ODI matches. He is an Australian cricket coach as well as a commentator. He is also a former international cricketer. He is also the coach of an IPL team known as Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Mohammad Salahuddin was born in 1969 on February 10th. He is a cricket coach of Bangladesh. He is also a former assistant coach of national cricket of Singapore teams as well as Bangladesh. During his domestic cricket, an injury ended his career and then he became a coach in 1997. Many Bangladeshi cricketers consider him a mentor including Shakib Al Hasan, Mominul Haque, Tamim Iqbal, and Mushfiqur Rahim.
Teams Captains Of Bangladesh Premier League 2019-20
Let’s have a look upon which team will play under the supervision of which captain.
|Franchise Team||Captain Name||Home Country|
|Dhaka Dynamites||Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh|
|Rajshahi Kings||Mehedi Hasan||Bangladesh|
|Chittagong Vikings||Mushfiqur Rahim||Bangladesh|
|Sylhet Sixers||Alok Kapali||Bangladesh|
|Rangpur Riders||Mashrafe Mortaza||Bangladesh|
|Comilla Victorians||Imrul Kayes||Bangladesh|