FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2015

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  • Bangladesh bowler Taskin Ahmed

    First encounters

    The first matches between India and Bangladesh in the Test, one-day international and T20 formats of cricket.

  • JP Duminy

    Duminy looking forward to Bangladesh

    South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has second thoughts about touring Bangladesh in July, but it is certainly not the case with his teammate Jean-Paul Duminy.

  • India to play 1 Test, 3 ODIs vs Bangladesh

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announces the itinerary for India’s tour of Bangladesh in June when they will play one Test match and three one-day internationals.

  • PCB-BCB gap covered: Shaharyar Khan

    Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan says the “gap” that had been created following BCB's decision to not send its national team to Pakistan in 2012 has been “covered”.

  • India due on June 7

    India cricket team will arrive in Dhaka on the 7th of next month to play one Test and three ODIs against the Tigers.

  • Afridi in T20 arena

    Mercurial, brilliant, aggressive, dominant, vulnerable, frustrating and unfortunately for Pakistan an underachiever, it is safe to say cricket never has and never will witness another Shahid Afridi.

  • Bangladesh opener Soumya Sarkar pulls a delivery during his unbeaten 127-run innings against Pakistan in the third ODI at Mirpur on Wednesday. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

    Soumya hammers final nail

    Bangladesh confirmed 'Banglawashing' Pakistan in the One-Day-International series during the third match at Mirpur depending on the sensible shoulder of opener Soumya Sarkar.

  • Tamim Iqbal salutes the crowd after scoring half-century against Pakistan on the third ODI at Sher-e Bangla National Stadium on Wednesday. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

    Tamim: Every damn match!

    Tamim Iqbal continues his batting saga, devastating Pakistani bowling line-up and confirming the Banglawash

  • BCB’s reception ceremony for Tigers’s today

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) host a warm reception to the National Cricket Team for their brilliant performance in the recently concluded Cricket World Cup 2015 through a function in the city’s Manik Mia Avenue.

  • Bangladesh's players

    President, PM greet Tigers

    The president and prime minister have congratulated Bangladesh Cricket Team for their victory against England in the World Cup.

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