The Rajshahi kings scored 141 runs for 8 wickets to win the draw from the Rangpur Horsemen. Players with a rangpur bat took quick runs to pursue this goal. But Chris Gale will return to the top. This time he could not compare with the bat. However, another newcomer Alex Hales (16) was in the crease. Relie Rousseau (26) with her partner. He is already picking up the team's collection, chasing four sixes. In the Rangpur collection, there are now 40 tracks per wicket in eight frames.
Earlier, Rajshahi went down to the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong to meet Rangpour's bowlers. They lost two wickets in 28 runs.
A partnership with 34 participants for the third wicket meant that something good was done by Soumya Sarkar and the English Lori Evans. But neither the one nor the other could play great opportunities. Sumy 14 and Evans stopped 35 runs.
After that, South African Christian Junker (16 years old), Fazl Mahmood (18 years old) and Kayes Ahmed (22 years old) gave the capital to fight the team.
Farhad Reza Rangpura has three wickets in his hands.
Rangpur with 12 points in ten matches is in second position in the table. Rajshahi, in fifth place in the table with five points in five games in an equal number of matches.
Rangpur Riders XI: Mashraf Bin Mortaza (captain), Chris Gale, AB de Villiers, Alex Hales, Railey Russo, Mohammad Mithun, Nahidul Islam, Farhad Reza, Nazmul Islam, Shafiul Islam and Shahidul Islam.
Rajshahi Kings XI: Mehedi Hassan Miraj (captain), Johnson Charles, Sumya Sarkar, Larry Evans, Christian Junker, Mominul Haq, Fazl Mahmud, Qais Ahmed, Camrul Islam Rabbi, Arafat Sunny and Mostafur Rahman.