The opening five rounds of the league were held at seven separate venues
The remaining fixtures of the Bangladesh Premier League are set to be rescheduled due to coronavirus fears and likely to be brought down to a single venue in Dhaka, hinted Kazi Salahuddin, the president of Bangladesh Football Federation, Wednesday.
Salahuddin talked to the reporters briefly after the first half of the AFC Cup match between Bashundhara Kings and TC Sports.
“[Wednesday] was the last match of the AFC Cup while many upcoming international matches are postponed due to coronavirus. We can’t stop the league because this will hamper the clubs financially,” said Salahuddin.
“The BFF is thinking of rescheduling the premier league fixtures and may hold the upcoming matches at a single venue. We can officially confirm it after the meeting Saturday,” added the BFF boss.
The opening five rounds of the league were held at seven separate venues.