BFF Football Professional League Committee has rescheduled the last two round matches of the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) football beginning on Sunday, reports UNB.
The decision was taken at an emergency meeting held at the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) House on Friday.
As per the fresh schedule, the round-25 will start with the match between Chattogram Abahani and NoFel SC at 4:00pm on Sunday while Dhaka Mohammedan to face Muktijoddha SKC at 7:00pm, both at the Bangabandhu National Stadium.
On Monday (29 July), newly crowned Bashundhara Kings will play Saif SC at 4:00pm at the Rafiq Uddin Bhuiyan Stadium in Mymensingh while Dhaka Abahani will take on Sheikh Jamal DC at the Bangabandhu National Stadium and Sheikh Russel KC will play Rahamatganj MFS at the Sylhet District Stadium, both at 7:00pm.
The round-25 will end with the match between Team BJMC and Brothers Union at 7:00pm at the Bangabandhu National Stadium on Tuesday (30 July).
The round-26 of the 13-team BPL will begin on 1 August after recess of one day.
Three matches will commence at two separate venues on the day. Saif SC will take on Muktijoddha SKC at 4:00pm at the Rafiq Uddin Bhuiyan Stadium in Mymensingh while Sheikh Jamal DC will play NoFel SC at 4:00pm and Dhaka Mohammedan will take on Rahamatganj MFS at 7:00pm, both at the Bangabandhu National Stadium.
On the next day (2 August), Brothers Union will play against Arambagh KS at the Bangabandhu National Stadium while Sheikh Russel KC to play Team BJMC at the Sylhet District Stadium, both at 7:00pm.
On 3 August, Chattogram Abahani will meet Bashundhara Kings at the Bangabandhu National Stadium at 5:30pm.
Star-studded Bashundhara Kings emerged new champions in their first appearance of the BPL with two matches to spare after playing a 1-1 draw with traditional Dhaka Mohammedan SC at their home venue -- Sheikh Kamal Stadium -- in Nilphamari on 25 July.
The Kings are now on the top position securing highest 59 points from 22 matches with 19 wins, two draws and one defeat, four ahead of their nearest rivals Dhaka Abahani, which bagged 55 points from 23 games.