WORCESTERSHIRE all-rounder Ross Whiteley and his Sylhet Sixers will be hoping a change of venue can assist an upturn in fortunes in today’s Bangladesh Premier League action.

The Sixers set a scorching pace in the T20 competition by winning their opening three matches at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.

But a switch to the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka has coincided with a run of just one point – gained by a wash-out – in five games.

Sylhet are now clinging on to the fourth and final spot which ensures qualification for the knockout stages as they move to the Zahur Ahmed Choudhury Stadium in Chittagong.

They take on Chittagong Vikings and then Rangpur Riders four days later.

The stadium has a capacity of 22,000 as the group stages approach their climax.

An eliminator and then two semi-finals will decide which teams eventually contest the final in Dhaka on December 12.