Fast bowler Al-Amin Hossain has been reported for a suspect bowling action in the Bangladesh Premier League. Al-Amin's wicket of Ariful Haque in the 15th over of the match between Khulna Titans and Comilla Victorians on November 28 had raised suspicion.

He will now have 14 days to respond to the BCB's bowling action review committee, but can continue to bowl until then.

"Al-Amin was reported for one delivery from the November 28 game," Jalal Yunus, the BPL chairman and technical committee head, said. "The next step would be as per ICC's rulings in these cases. Al-Amin's bowling action will be reviewed after 14 days."

This is not the first time that Al-Amin's bowling action has been in question. He had been reported in August 2014 and after a test in the ICC-accredited centre in Chennai, he was cleared by the ICC in November 2014.

In the previous BPL season, Kevon Cooper and Arafat Sunny were pulled up for suspect actions. However, both bowlers are now playing in the league this season.