• Fizz-ing at 90 per cent

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman bowled 10 overs yesterday with an intensity of up to 90 per cent and has also begun catching and throwing with his right hand.

  • Sabbir's double offence

    Rangpur Riders players Mohammad Shahzad and Liam Dawson, and Rajshahi Kings batsman Sabbir Rahman have all been found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during the teams' Bangladesh Premier League match in Mirpur on Monday.

  • Shahzad, Sabbir found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct

    Rangpur Riders’ Mohammad Shahzad and Liam Dawson and Rajshahi Kings’ Sabbir Rahman have been found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during their BPL 2016 match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur on Monday (28 November 2016).

  • Conway to continue upward trend

    Dean Conway, the former England Cricket team physiotherapist, became the Bangladesh cricket team's new physio yesterday after local Bayjedul Islam Khan's successful two-year tenure with the Tigers.

  • Little logic in additions

    Will Mehedi Maruf travel to Australia with the squad for the preparation camp in Sydney, Australia and then tour New Zealand? The 28-year-old batsman's travelling papers are being prepared but it is not yet certain whether any additional player will be added to the squad that was earlier announced for the tour.

  • Bangladeshi players

    NZ squad still up for discussion?

    Impressed by performances of certain local players in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon has said that one or two additional performers from the BPL may be included in Bangladesh's preparatory squad for the New Zealand series.

  • Mehedi returns to Dhaka

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz, the young boy who became the toast of a nation with his 12 wickets in the first Test victory over England returned to Dhaka from Khulna early today.

  • Milestone for BCB

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB's) official Facebook page crossed the '10 million followers' mark yesterday.

  • 'Sabbir's stomach pain not serious'

    Sabbir Rahman's participation in the second Test seems a lot more certain as Bangladesh physio Bayjidul Islam told reporters yesterday that Sabbir's stomach pain was not a serious issue and that he is confident that the batsman will be able to play in the second Test in Dhaka.

  • Bangladesh cricket bans Sabbir's raunchy ad

    Bangladesh cricket pulls a raunchy advert starring new Test star Sabbir Rahman and a model following social media outrage, an industry official says.

  • Bangladesh set for tour Down Under

    Defending champions Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers will tackle a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI as part of their preparation for this summer’s KFC Twenty20 Big Bash League.

  • ‘Decision to tour Bangladesh was the right one’

    England assistant coach Paul Farbrace had no doubt that the decision to tour Bangladesh was the right one.

  • Al-Amin Hossain

    Five pacers in BCB XI to face England

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced five pacers in its team for the one-day practice match against England set to take

  • Afghans defend 233 against BCB XI

    In the only practice game ahead of the three-match ODI series due to begin on September 25, Afghanistan manage to defend a below-par total to beat BCB XI by 66 runs at Fatullah.

  • BCB plans Sydney camp for NZ tour

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to arrange a short camp in Sydney as part of the Tigers' preparation for the New Zealand tour in December and January next year.

  • Afghanistan

    Afghan ODIs to start at 2:30pm

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have confirmed that the three ODIs between Bangladesh and Afghanistan will be day-night

  • Eng to name squads sans Hales, Morgan

    The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will name their squads for England's Test and ODI tour of Bangladesh on October

  • Jos Buttler set to captain England in Bangladesh

    Jos Buttler has been told he will captain the England one-day team in Bangladesh following Eoin Morgan’s decision to pull out of the tour.

  • Walsh set to arrive tomorrow night

    West Indies legend Courtney Walsh, who has signed up to be Bangladesh’s specialist bowling coach will arrive in Dhaka tomorrow night.

  • Walsh becomes Bangladesh bowling coach

    One of the most iconic fast bowlers to come out of the Caribbean, West Indies legend Courtney Walsh officially becomes the specialist bowling coach of Bangladesh national cricket team.

  • So far so good for security team

    England's security team express satisfaction with the cooperation received so far, but refuse to reveal anything further about their assessment of the security situation in Bangladesh.

  • BCB sets Kalpage ultimatum

    Bangladesh assistant coach Ruwan Kalpage, who had signed a new contract with the Tigers in July, has been served a notice by the BCB.

  • Cricket: Eng still to decide on Bangladesh tour

    England will not make a decision on whether to go ahead with a tour of Bangladesh later this year until a security probe of the country has been completed, assistant coach Paul Farbrace says.

  • One more day for Fizz

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman spends an extra day at the BUPA Cromwell Hospital in London.

  • Sports journos condemn BCB selectivity

    Three sports journalist organisations -- Bangladesh Sports Journalists Association (BSJA), Bangladesh Sports Press Association (BSPA) and Bangladesh Sports Journalists Community (BSJC) deplore remarks made by BCB president.

  • First phase of bowling analysis done

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) complete its first phase of analysing the actions of certain bowlers.

  • Bangladeshi players

    Camp to begin sans foreign staff

    The national cricketers will get back to business today after a long Eid holiday, which started with the end of the Dhaka Premier League, to prepare themselves for the home series against England in October.

  • Naeem Jr and Amit under the scanner today

    The bowling action review committee led by Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director Jalal Yunus will get into action and start working with the bowlers under the scanner.

  • Black Caps Boss wants 4-day Tests, two-tiers

    New Zealand Cricket chief David White called Tuesday for Test cricket to continue its pink-ball revolution by slashing the format to four days and introducing two divisions.

  • ‘Two-tier system will bring the death of Int’l cricket’

    Test cricket's newest nations are in despair at plans to split the format into two divisions, fearing it could undo decades of hard-fought progress on the field and kill interest in the game.

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