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  • Abahani restrict Prime DSC to 189

    Under relentless pressure from Abahani Limited bowlers, Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club stumble to 189 for 9 after 50 overs in the Super League match of Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League at BKSP’s No. 3 Ground.

  • Khelaghar stay in DPL

    Khelaghar Samaj Kallyan Samity retained a spot for next season's Dhaka Premier League by winning their respective relegation playoff

  • Rabada burst delivers solace

    South Africa beat England by seven wickets to gain a consolation win the third one-day international at Lord's on Monday.

  • 'No team is unbeatable'

    Tamim Iqbal is a man on a mission. The left-handed opening batsman, who is in fine form, believes that nothing is impossible for this vibrant new Bangladesh.

  • More than just a warm-up

    It will only be a practice game and each team will feature 13 players. This was what Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusingha said ahead of the Tigers' last warm-up fixture against India. The match will start at The Oval at 10:30am today.

  • South Africa beat England in 3rd ODI

    South Africa beats England by seven wickets to gain a consolation win in the third one-day international at Lord's.

  • Embarrassment all round

    South Africa’s Dean Elgar is dismissed off a delivery so embarrassing that Hampshire leg-spinner Mason Crane drops into a squat with his hands in his head.

  • Yousuf defends Sharjeel's dot balls in PSL scandal

    Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf tells a tribunal hearing on spot-fixing charges against Sharjeel Khan that the batsman did not deliberately play two dot balls during a Pakistan Super League match.

  • Australia ready to unleash ‘big four’ paceman

    Australia relishes the prospect of uniting their "big four" pace attack for the first time at the Champions Trophy.

  • England slump to 20-6 in 5 overs

    England suffer a stunning collapse as they slump to 20 for six in five overs after being sent into bat by South Africa in the third one-day international at Lord's.

  • Eng look to action man Stokes in CT

    Ben Stokes would be the first to say England are more than a one-man team but if anyone sums up their revival in limited overs cricket it is the dynamic Durham all-rounder.

  • Indian government rejects Pakistan series

    India rule out any cricket series against Pakistan until "cross-border terrorism" stops.

  • Proteas pursue great obsession

    South Africa's quest for a major international cricket trophy has become enough of an obsession for star batsman and one-day international captain AB de Villiers to put his Test career on hold.

  • NZ - Always the bridesmaid, never the bride

    Ross Taylor is matter-of-fact when he reviews his career and previews New Zealand's Champions Trophy hopes: is this the year he adds a world title to his list of credentials?

  • AB upset at tampering inference

    South Africa captain AB de Villiers insisted his side had done nothing wrong after they found themselves caught up in a fresh ball-tampering row on Saturday as they lost their one-day international series against England.


    Former India captain Kapil Dev said he hoped the row over the ICC's revenue sharing, which almost led to an Indian boycott of the Champions Trophy, would not affect performances on the field.

  • England missing the vibe

    If you are in London and expect frantic activities centring around the ICC Champions Trophy -- the most important global cricketing event after the World Cup -- all around the mega city, you will certainly feel very disappointed.

  • Wary Tigers reach London

    The Bangladesh cricket team reached London in the afternoon yesterday, where they will be based for their first Champions Trophy

  • South African batsman Levi taken to hospital

    South African batsman Richard Levi is taken to hospital after being hit on the head batting for his English county side Northamptonshire in their Second Division match with Worcestershire.

  • Tigers pose with new kit

    Bangladesh players post photos of their new kits for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

  • New Pak skipper faces CT acid test

    New captain Sarfraz Ahmed will face his stiffest test yet when he leads unfancied Pakistan in the Champion's Trophy -- starting with a highly-charged clash against India.

  • Sri Lanka hope for Malinga magic at CT

    Sri Lanka turn to old warhorse Lasith Malinga to put fight into their Champions Trophy campaign and reverse their decline in the one-day game.

  • Stokes still 'affected' by knee injury

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes concedes his troublesome knee is affecting his bowling following his match-winning hundred against South Africa in Southampton.

  • Government ready to mediate in Aus pay row

    Sports Minister Greg Hunt says the federal government is prepared to provide mediation between Cricket Australia and players over the pay-dispute stalemate.

  • AB de Villiers angry at 'ball-tampering' inference

    South Africa captain AB de Villiers insists his side had done nothing wrong after they found themselves caught up in a fresh ball-tampering row as they lost their one-day international series against England.

  • Armed with Fizz and self-belief, Tigers seek a CT scalp

    With a fiery new bowler named Fizz leading the young guns and all-rounder Mushfiqur Rahim the old guard, Bangladesh are aiming to leave their mark on the Champions Trophy where they are appearing for only the second time.

  • Waiting in the shadows

    Tamim Iqbal stole the show with a hundred in the first warm-up match against Pakistan ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy campaign at

  • Sachin Tendulkar addressing a news conference

    'Never thought we'd lose to Bangladesh'

    Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar admitted that he never imagined his side would lose to Bangladesh, something which became a reality in the 2007 World Cup.

  • Stokes makes Proteas pay

    England beat South Africa by just two runs to win the second one-day international at Southampton on Saturday to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

  • Lara betting on England

    Former West Indies captain Brian Lara has tipped England to win the Champions Trophy beginning next week.