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BCL continue with 4th round today

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The sixth edition of the longer version four-day Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) will continue with round four schedule to begin today (Tuesday) at two separate venues across the country.
On the fourth round matches, BCB North Zone will play against Walton Central Zone at Shaheed Chandu Stadium (SCS) in Bogra while Prime Bank South Zone meet Islami Bank East Zone at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium (SICS) in Sylhet.
The fifth round will start on April 17 where BCB North Zone will take on Islami Bank East Zone at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS) at Mirpur and A Prime Bank South Zone meet Walton Central Zone at Shaheed Kamruzzaman Stadium (SKS) in Rajshahi.
The sixth and final round will begin on April 24 at Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium in Khulna and Shaheed Kamruzzaman Stadium (SKS), Rajshahi.
After the end of the first three rounds, North Zone leads the table with 34 points and a win. East Zone, South Zone and Central Zone placed at second, third and fourth place respectively.

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