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CPL 2022: Shakib Al Hasan replaces Tabraiz Shamsi at Guyana Amazon Warriors

image-l87h41etShakib Al Hasan will make his return to the celebrated Caribbean league (PC: Twitter)

Bangladesh's all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is all set to return to the Caribbean Premier League 2022 (CPL).

The spin-bowling all-rounder is set to replace South African wrist-spinner Tabraiz Shamsi at the Guyana Amazon Warriors.

Shamsi, who has been named in South Africa's T20 squad for the forthcoming series in India, was scheduled to leave the CPL 2022 midway from the very start and Shakib was supposed to be his replacement.

Shakib has attained the 'No Objection Certificate' from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).

But, with the national sides' T20 World Cup preparatory camp set to be held in Dubai shortly, the Bangladeshi skipper is likely to be recalled midway through his campaign.

Will Shakib Al Hasan be recalled by the BCB mid-way through his CPL 2022 campaign?

Bangladesh are set to lock horns with the United Arab Emirates in a couple of T20Is in the gulf nation on September 25 & 27 respectively.

With heavy rains lashing out most parts of Bangladesh, the BCB have decided to conduct a preparatory camp in Dubai.

Recently, BCB chief executive Nizamuddin Choudhury was asked if Shakib will be recalled for the camp. He responded by saying that team-management will take a call in due course.

He said,

"The team management will decide whether or not they need Shakib in the UAE camp. We have already given him an NOC for a domestic league."

Meanwhile, Shakib will look to emulate the good work for the Guyana Amazon Warriors, which he had done with his former franchises in the CPL.

The spin-bowling all-rounder have won 2 CPL titles- with Jamaica Tallawahs and Barbados Royals- and he also holds the record of best figures registered by a bowler- 6/6 in 2013- in the tournament's history.

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