Seven Pakistan players will be seen in action during this year's edition which is set to commence from December 11.
Tamim Iqbal hit an unbeaten 141 to power Comilla Victorians to 199-3 before his side restricted Dhaka to 182-9 to lift the second BPL title
Riders, the defending champions, exit despite getting two opportunities to get into the final
Riders now will face Dhaka Dynamites in the Qualifier 2 on Wednesday
Vikings, meanwhile, have been knocked out after their impressive BPL campaign fizzled out
Dynamites will now take on the losing side from the first qualifier.
Riders will walk into the play-offs with confidence, finishing on top of the table having displaced Victorians.
Vikings lost the opportunity to push for a place in the first qualifier, finishing on 14 points
The Victorians are right on top of the pile with 16 points from 11 games following their eighth win
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