• BCB chief selector Faruque may resign

    Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) chief selector Faruque Ahmed has said that he may resign if the new national selection policy, which may lead to at least seven members—as opposed to three—in the selection committee, is passed by the BCB in its board meeting next week.

  • New selection formula in the works

    The working committee of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has proposed a complete revamp of the national selection panel after a meeting yesterday.

  • Streak set to step down as bowling coach

    Bangladesh bowling coach Heath Streak has revealed that he wants to part ways with the Bangladesh Cricket Board.

  • BCB hoping to rope in Murali, Warne

    In order to develop spinners in Bangladesh's domestic circuit, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is trying to arrange a camp where turners from all over the country will be coached by 'high profile spinners' from abroad.

  • Bangladesh mulling day-night first-class matches

    Bangladesh will prepare for day-night Test matches from next season, according to Nizamuddin Chowdhury, the BCB CEO.

  • Taskin to reassess bowling action

    Suspension of Taskin has been upheld by a judicial commissioner. Taskin can now apply to ICC for a reassessment of his bowling action.

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    ICC calls meeting on Taskin issue

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan Papon said that the board was not happy with the ICC's decision to ban Taskin Ahmed from bowling in international cricket, neither was it satisfied with the report it received on Taskin's bowling action.

  • Nation turns green on social media

    Scores of users on social media platforms are expressing their solidarity with Bangladesh national cricket team, in hope of achieving a historic victory against India at the Asia Cup final.

  • Mustafizur in, Rubel out

    Bangladesh Cricket Board awarded young Mustafizur Rahman with a contract for 2016 while Rubel Hossain, a key member of Tigers' pace attack during the 2015 World Cup was left out of the list of contracted players.

  • ‘Mustafizur was missed in PSL’

    Fawad Rana, owner of Lahore franchise, said the loss of Bangladesh's bowling sensation Mustafizur Rahman before the start of the PSL had disrupted the team's plans significantly.

  • BCB mulls holding Mustafizur back from PSL

    The BCB could hold back Mustafizur Rahman from playing in the forthcoming PSL. The pacer was picked by Lahore Qalandars franchise for $50,000 for the T20 tournament to be held in the UAE from February 4.

  • Zimbabwe to play four T20Is in Jan

    Zimbabwe will take on hosts Bangladesh in a four-match T20I series to be held in Khulna from January 15, the BCB announces in a media release.

  • ICC to invite Ireland as Australia's replacement

    The ICC announced that it has invited Ireland, as the runner-up in the qualifying event in Kuala Lampur in October, to replace Australia in the U-19 World Cup in Bangladesh after the Aussies withdrew today.

  • U19 WC in Bangladesh: Aussies pull out over security

    Australia pull back from participating in Under 19 Cricket World Cup, to be held in Bangladesh on October 2016, for what they say security concern.

  • No January Tests against Zimbabwe: BCB

    Nazmul Hassan, the BCB president, has said that Bangladesh's two-Test series against Zimbabwe, scheduled originally for January 2016, will be shelved to keep the team's focus on T20Is.

  • Players-by-choice draft for Dhaka Premier League

    The Dhaka Premier League 2015-16 season due to begin in March next year will adopt the players-by-choice transfer method after its proposal was passed through votes by the respective clubs.

  • South Africa postpone tour over ‘personal security reasons’

    South Africa women's tour of Bangladesh has been thrown into uncertainty again, with (CSA) postponing the series over "personal security concerns".

  • BCB announces preliminary squad for Zimbabwe series

    Bangladesh Cricket Board announces preliminary squad for upcoming Zimbabwe’s tour of Bangladesh.

  • BPL player draft on October 22

    The BPL player draft has been brought forward to October 22 from October 26 because of a request from the franchises, according to tournament secretary Ismail Haider Mallick.

  • Bangladesh A snatch defeat from the cusp of victory

    Bangladesh A got off to a horrible start to their tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe when they were humbled by Irene Villagers Cricket Club by four wickets at Pretoria.

  • Zimbabwe to play 3 ODIs & 3 T20I matches in Nov

    Zimbabwe are likely to play 3 match ODI series on November 4, 6 and 8 and three T20Is on November 11, 13 and 15 in their tour of Bangladesh.

  • Mashrafe hospitalised with dengue fever

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza is admitted to Apollo Hospital in Dhaka being diagnosed with dengue fever.

  • If it was India, it might’ve been different: Chappell

    Former Australia captain Ian Chappell shared his views on the recently canned tour of Bangladesh by the Australian cricket team while speaking on a fortnightly talk-show at ESPNcricinfo.

  • Zimbabwe likely to arrive for Test series next month: BCB

    The Bangladesh and Zimbabwe cricket boards have “agreed in principle” to shift the dates of Zimbabwe's tour of Bangladesh.

  • The Taskin Ahmed story

    In an exclusive, candid chat, Bangladesh fast bowling sensation Taskin Ahmed opens up on his journey into the cricketing world so far.

  • Cricketer Shahadat sent to jail

    Suspended national team cricketer Shahadat Hossain surrenders before a Dhaka court and seeks bail in a case filed for torturing an 11-year-old domestic help.

  • New kind of violence undid BCB plans

    Ultimately it was the killing of an Italian national in Dhaka by unknown perpetrators that is believed, within the BCB, to have led to Australia calling off their tour of Bangladesh.

  • Aussies focus on Kiwis after Bangladesh

    Australia captain Steve Smith switched focus to New Zealand's upcoming tour as he voiced regret that a two-Test series in Bangladesh had to be called off.

  • Australia wrong to cancel tour

    Australia were "overly sensitive" to postpone their tour of Bangladesh over security concerns, says Pakistan Cricket Board president Shahryar Khan.

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    Australia postpone Bangladesh tour

    Australia cricket team’s short tour for two Tests in Bangladesh is scrapped after high-level meetings regarding danger of militant attacks during the series.