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BPL matches resume after a day-off

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Two matches will be played on Monday after a day rest in the Bangladesh Premier League T20 cricket at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.
League leaders Dhaka Dynamites face Comilla Victorians at 1pm while Sylhet Sixers will take on Rangpur Riders in day's second match at 6pm.
Dhaka Dynamites are leading the points table with nine points from six matches. Comilla Victorians are in the second spot with eight points from five matches.
Khulna Titans are in third positions with seven points from six matches. Sylhet Sixers are in fourth position with seven points from seven matches.
Rajshahi Kings are in fifth place with four points from six matches followed by Chittagong Vikings and Rangpur Riders at 6th and 7th position.

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