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7th round of BPL begins tomorrow

Update : 04 Mar 2022, 17:05

After a two-day recess, the seventh round of TVS Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) football begins on March 5 with one match scheduled to be held on the day.

Defending champions Bashundhara Kings take on Mohammedan Sporting Club Limited at Bashundhara Sports Complex in the city, reports BSS.

The match kicks off at 3.30 pm. Bashundhara Kings currently stand at second position in the league table with
15 points from six matches while Mohammedan Sporting Club Limited is placed at sixth position in the table with nine points playing the same number of outings.

Bashundhara Kings earlier lost to Swadhinata Krira Sangha by 1-2 goals in their league opening match, beat Uttar Baridhara Club by a solitary goal in their second match, edged past Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad Krira Chakra by a lone goal in their third match, blanked Bangladesh Police Football Club by 3-0 goals in their fourth match, beat Rahmatganj Muslim and Friends Society by 3-2 goals in their fifth match and edged past Sheikh Russel Krira Chakra by 1-0 goal in their sixth match of the league.

While Mohammedan earlier played to a 1-1 goal draw with Sheikh Russel Krira Chakra in their league opening match, it edged past new comers Swadhinata Krira Sangha by a solitary goal in the second match.

The traditional black and white Motijheel outfit again lost valuable points playing to a 1-1 goal draw with Chittagong Abahani Limited in their third match, managed a 2-0 goal win over Saif Sporting Club in their fourth match, suffered a 0-1 goal defeat to their arch-rival Abahani Limited in their fifth match and played to a 1-1 goal draw with Lieuteanant Sheikh Jamal Danmondi Club in their sixth match of the league.

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