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    Questions ahead of today's squad reveal

    There are quite a few questions surrounding Bangladesh's squad, which will be announced today, for the upcoming

  • The ruins of a great rivalry

    We will have an Abahani-Mohammedan clash on a cricketing plain today. This is a fixture -- be it in football, cricket

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    Tamim's Zalmi lose a thriller

    Peshawar Zalmi's Bangladeshi opener Tamim Iqbal had a rough outing against Karachi Kings as his side fell to a narrow five-wicket

  • Hafeez wants ICC to retain 'doosra'

    Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez says the International Cricket Council (ICC) should tweak its rules to ensure

  • BCCI won't reschedule IPL match

    The BCCI has turned down ICC's request of rescheduling an IPL match in Kolkata during its annual board meeting in

  • 'We're at 80%, I want 100%'

    India captain Virat Kohli refused to bask in his team's success in South Africa as he received the International Cricket

  • Musharraf's rebuke to Ganguly in 2004

    It is well-documented that India's historic tour of Pakistan was one where security was extremely tight, but few will

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    Pacers working on deficiencies

    The pacers talk about working on yorkers and their death over bowling for the upcoming Nidahas Trophy tri-series tournament.

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    Taylor, Latham guide New Zealand to win over England

    Ross Taylor scores his 18th one-day international century and combines in a 178-run partnership with Tom Latham to lead New Zealand to a three-wicket win over England in the first game of their five-match series at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

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    Kohli, Dhoni out, Sharma to lead India against Bangladesh, SL

    India captain Virat Kohli, who earlier missed the final T20 against the Proteas is rested for the Nidahas Trophy T20I tri-series as Rohit Sharma will take over the reigns of the side for the tournament that features Bangladesh and hosts Sri Lanka.

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    Tamim sizzles Fizz fizzles

    Tamim Iqbal led from the front with a stroke-laden 39 as Peshawar Zalmi defeated Islamabad United by 34 runs in their Pakistan Super League match in Dubai.

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    Mahmud sceptical of Mashrafe's return

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director and Abahani coach Khaled Mahmud said that it would be good for the national team if Mashrafe Bin Mortaza returned to T20 cricket.

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    Unwise to blame coaches: Taskin

    Taskin Ahmed is among the select group of bowlers Courtney Walsh has worked with extensively since being appointed as Bangladesh's bowling coach. The well-built pacer caught the eyes of the legendary fast bowler with attributes of a perfect seamer, but

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    A day of spectacular chases

    On a day of spectacular chases in the Dhaka Premier League, Mohammedan Sporting Club pulled off a thrilling three-wicket win

  • India claim T20 series

    Suresh Raina scored a quick-fire 43 and grabbed the key wicket of David Miller as India defeated hosts South Africa by seven runs to

  • Uncapped Klaasen for Australia Tests

    The South African selectors on Saturday named two uncapped players, Heinrich Klaasen and Wiaan Mulder, in a 15-man squad for the first two Tests against Australia.

  • Tamim's Zalmi bounce back

    Tamim Iqbal leads from the front with a stroke-laden 39 as Peshawar Zalmi defeated Islamabad United by 34 runs in their Pakistan Super League match in Dubai.

  • 'No room for complacency'

    Skipper Jason Holder insists West Indies can have no room for complacency when they begin their qualifying campaign for the 2019

  • India aim for perfect end

    India will be eyeing a perfect end to what has been a thoroughly roller-coaster tour when they take on a depleted but not completely

  • Pakistan still No. 1, not Aussies

    Australian cricket chiefs have clarified that Pakistan still top the Twenty20 world rankings, despite Australia's victory in the T20 tri-series

  • Moeen fears for Test future

    England all-rounder Moeen Ali said he fears for the future of Test cricket, claiming the "disappointing" turnout in the Ashes series in

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    Root hails Stokes return

    Joe Root is confident Ben Stokes can put his troubles behind him and recapture his 'magnificent' form for England.

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    Walsh working on consistency

    Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh is undertaking a week-long bowling camp and the fast bowling legend says that the pacers are working on consistency and mental strength to prepare for the upcoming tri-nation T20 series in March.

  • Pakistan retain top T20 ranking after ICC error

    Australian cricket chiefs clarify that Pakistan still top the Twenty20 world rankings, despite Australia's victory in the T20 tri-series also featuring New Zealand and England.

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    Tamim misfires in PSL opener

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal failed to fire in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) opener for holders Peshawar Zalmi against Multan

  • The fall of Kenya

    Kenya were once Bangladesh's chief cricketing rival. Some decorated names of Kenyan cricket like Maurice Odumbe, Steve Tikolo and

  • 'Not easy to score against India'

    South Africa's newest swashbuckler Heinrich Klaasen has credited JP Duminy for "taking the fear out" of his game, saying the skipper's

  • Faf returns to training for Aus series

    South Africa captain Faf du Plessis will begin training as he seeks to prove his fitness ahead of the four-match home Test series against Australia starting on March 1.

  • Shakib out of PSL

    Shakib Al Hasan, the No. 1 all-rounder in the world, has been ruled out of the Pakistan Super League, the franchise-based T20 league starting in United Emirates today, due to his finger injury.

  • Australia top T20I rankings

    Australia cruised to a 19-run victory in a rain-affected T20 tri-series final with New Zealand Wednesday to claim the world number one ranking in the shortest form of the game for the first time.

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