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ICC cricket WC 2019 live commentary in Dhaka FM 90.4

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Dhaka FM 90.4, the largest FM radio station in the country, will air ICC cricket World Cup (WC) 2019 live commentary in all 64 districts of the country.

Dhaka FM 90.4, the largest FM radio station in the country, will air ICC cricket World Cup (WC) 2019 live commentary in all 64 districts of the country.

The ICC cricket World Cup 2019 is going to be commenced in England on May 30 and 10 participant countries have already announced their squad.

The first match of Bangladesh against South Africa in the world cup will be held at Oval in London. The Tigers will play nine matches in the first round at eight venues in England and Wales.

The Dhaka FM will air the World Cup to color the crores of cricket lovers of Bangladesh and the live commentary will be aired in all 64 districts of the country.

The largest FM radio station will air the live commentary of every cricket match so that the cricket lovers of Bangladesh cannot miss anything.

The commentary will be aired simultaneously form its Dhaka, Chattogram, Rajshahi, Khulna, Bogura, Barishal, Mymensingh, Rangpur and Cox’s Bazar stations.

 

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