5.55pm That's all from the first match of Sunday's double header. Come back soon as the fourth match of the BPL prepares to start off in under an hour. For now, it's bye from Deiva and Sreshth.
5.52pm We're ready for the presentation.
For the second game in a row, Upul Tharanga is the Man of the Match. He says: "Happy with how I'm batting. We've been training hard."
Winning captain Nasir Hossain: "Two win a row is massive. Credit to my boys, who have worked hard. Proud of my team. All credit to Nurul, but really our bowlers did really well to keep them down to 146. I told my top six to bat through the 20 overs, and that's what they did."
Losing captain Nabi. He says: "We were 10-15 runs short on this track. The way Sylhet started, they batted really well and we didn't bowl as well. We came back after 10, Rashid and Al-Amin bowled nicely for us. Samuels' job is to play until the twenty overs, he played well."
5.44pm The crowd is happy, the home team is ecstatic and the sluggish Whiteley looks very relieved. His slow innings made it very difficult for Sylhet towards the end, but Nurul ensured that the hard work from Fletcher and Tharanga at the top did not go to waste. Rashid Khan kept it tight, and DJ Bravo made interesting, but their total of 145 was always going to be tough to defend under the lights. Presentation in just a few minutes. Stick around.
Here's Liam Plunkett: "We played well, and we took it deep. That was important. Good partnership at the top, that helped. Yesterday we were really good, today not so much, but good to take the second win. Rashid bowled well for them, went for 12 and then conceded nothing after that. Love how loud the crowd was."
Plunkett to face his first ball. Long on and long off in place. Deep midwicket and deep backward square in place too
Sylhet need Plunkett to hit some runs, but he's at the non-striker's. Nurul will take strike
Ten off the final over then. Who will Nabi hand the ball to? It's the first real close encounter of this season. DJ to bowl
Sixteen needed off two overs. Comilla have done well to come back