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  • Booze cut for fans at Lord's

    English cricket ground Lord's is clamping down on alcohol allowance for fans after a recent "incident" at the first Test between England

  • Chandimal to miss first Test

    Rangana Herath will lead Sri Lanka in the first Test against India after Dinesh Chandimal was admitted to hospital Friday with pneumonia,

  • India hails women cricketers

    Where the men failed, India is hoping its female cricketers can blaze to glory when they face England in the World Cup final on Sunday.

  • BCB to rehire Ramanayake?

    Speculation was rife at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium yesterday that Champaka Ramanayake would be hired by the Bangladesh

  • Bangladesh players

    BD tour plunged into uncertainty

    Australia's scheduled tour of Bangladesh in August-September seems to have been plunged into serious uncertainty after the ongoing

  • Australia cricket in crisis as pay talks fall over

    The pay dispute negotiations between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australia Cricketers’ Association (ACA) fell apart on Friday, Sydney Morning Herald reports.

  • Sri Lanka skipper Chandimal to miss India Test

    Rangana Herath will lead Sri Lanka in the first Test against India after Dinesh Chandimal was admitted to hospital Friday with pneumonia, chief selector Sanath Jayasuriya said.

  • Proteas should get an Australian coach: Gibbs

    Former South Africa batsman Herschelle Gibbs says that the team should hire an Australian who won’t tolerate a ‘buddy-buddy’ kind of attitude.

  • MacGill settles pay dispute with Cricket Australia

    Former Australia cricketer Stuart MacGill reaches an out-of-court agreement over his pay dispute with Cricket Australia.

  • 'Never easy to play SL at their home'

    Top-ranked India will not take Sri Lanka lightly despite the home team's recent indifferent form as well as controversies over fitness and

  • Westley, Malan set for debut

    Essex batsman Tom Westley is in line to make his England debut at number three in next week's third Test against South Africa at The

  • Support staff still incomplete

    With the 2019 ICC World Cup in England now less than two years away, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has a big challenge in hand

  • Won't change my style: Sabbir

    There has been hardly any doubt about his talent, which is the reason the team's think tank has been trying Sabbir Rahman at the

  • Sabbir Rahman

    It’s not true, says Sabbir

    Batsman Sabbir Rahman answers questions from reporters while Tigers are undergoing a fitness camp.

  • Kaur's 171 powers India to final

    Harmanpreet Kaur hits a magnificent unbeaten 171 as India beat Australia by 36 runs in the second semifinal and set up Sunday's Women's World Cup final with hosts England at Lord's.

  • Man United fans troll Ashwin

    India player Ravichandran Ashwin gets slated on social media for stating that the return of his former IPL team Chennai Super Kings will increase its value just like Manchester United when eight players of the English football club died in an air crash in Munich, 1958.

  • Pietersen eyes South Africa international return

    Kevin Pietersen says he has not ruled out resurrecting his international career with his native South Africa even though he'll be pushing 40 when he requalifies.

  • No problem working with Dravid, says Shastri

    Ravi Shastri answers his critics strongly on the topic of coach assignments and makes it clear that he means no 'disrespect' to individuals who are rich in experience and can contribute to Team India’s cause.

  • BCB starts U-17 skill camp

    BCB U-17 squad have started a skill camp on Tuesday at the Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP), BCB website announces.

  • SL to probe 2011 WC defeat

    Sri Lanka's sports minister gave his support Wednesday for an investigation into the country's controversial 2011 World Cup loss against

  • Wood fit for third Test

    England fast bowler Mark Wood has been passed fit for next week's third Test against South Africa at The Oval after scans revealed no

  • We know what's on the plate: Kohli

    India captain Virat Kohli said Wednesday he wants a good working relationship with new coach Ravi Shastri after the acrimonious

  • Young hopefuls evolve in Darwin

    “We learned alot of things during the tour.” Wicketkeeper-batsman Liton Das and pace-bowling all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin

  • Shastri wants Tendulkar onboard as consultant

    Newly appointed India coach Ravi Shastri wants Sachin Tendulkar as the national team consultant, provided there is no conflict of interest.

  • Ganguly refuses to comment on Arun appointment

    Former India captain and current Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) member Sourav Ganguly refuses to comment on the re-signing of Bharat Arun as the bowling coach of India till the 2019 World Cup.

  • Pay dispute negotiations move slowly

    While Cricket Australia (CA) and Australia Cricketers’ Association (ACA) have sat down for negotiations after Saturday, the main point of contention, which is the revenue share model, is yet to be sorted, Canberra Times report says.

  • England's Ballance out of third Test

    England batsman Gary Ballance has been ruled out of next week's third Test against South Africa with a broken finger, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirms.

  • HP members laud effective Australia tour

    Batsman Liton Kumar Das and all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin says the Australia tour was very effective and the exposure benefited the players.

  • ‘Embrace unique experience of playing in Bangladesh’

    Former Australia fast bowler Jason Gillespie calls on the Australian side to embrace the unique experience – each member of the Australia team are set to make their Bangladesh debut.

  • 'We can beat Australia 2-0'

    When it is time for the Tigers to gear up for the Test series, one little dynamo's name must come to mind -- left-handed batsman