Mushfiqur Rahim will miss the remainder of Bangladesh's tour of Zimbabwe for "family reasons", according to the BCB. He will travel back to Dhaka today from Harare. The visitors have an ICC Super League ODI series scheduled from July 16, and a T20I series from July 23.

"The Bangladesh Cricket Board requests that all respect the privacy of Mushfiqur and his family at this time," a BCB release said.

Rahim played the one-off Test in Harare last week but, having injured his hand while batting, stayed off the field for most of the game. He was also initially supposed to skip the T20I series after the board granted him leave.

He wasn't named in the T20I squad against Zimbabwe but on Tuesday, chief selector Minhajul Abedin had said Rahim could be among the ODI squad players to stay back for the T20Is due to quarantine rules for the upcoming T20I series against Australia at home.

The BCB and CA have agreed that everyone involved in the series must be in quarantine for ten days prior to entering the tour's bio-bubble in Dhaka. As such, the selectors wanted Rahim and another player to be part of the bio-bubble in Harare, which is being considered as part of the ten-day quarantine.

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84