• 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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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    BCB clears Mustafizur for Sussex

    Bangladesh Cricket Board clears Mustafizur Rahman to play for Sussex, a senior official says.

  • BCB steps in as clubs falter

    The player payments of two of the four Dhaka Premier League (DPL) clubs, which had not paid its players, were completed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board over the last two days.

  • BCB to bring experts to assess suspect actions

    Jalal Yunus, chairman of Bangladesh Cricket Board's bowling action review committee, says that they would bring experts from the Cardiff Metropolitan University, one of ICC's accredited testing centres for suspect bowling actions.

  • BCB appoints Simon Helmot as HP coach

    Simon Helmot has joined the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) as the Head Coach of the High Performance programme.

  • BCB contacts Aaqib, forms new selection structure

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board has contacted Pakistan's former bowling coach Aaqib Javed for a possible role with the Bangladesh team, and has also approved proposals for an expanded selection setup.

  • Mustafizur's weight loss worries BCB

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is mulling over providing Mustafizur Rahman, who left for Satkhira last night, with a long leave in order to help him recover from home sickness.

  • Mustafizur gives fitness test at BCB

    Mustafizur Rahman spent the afternoon at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium undergoing a fitness test after having arrived from India late last night.

  • 'Watching local games crucial'

    The importance of Bangladesh improving in Test cricket somehow finds a space in a BCB forum when technical committee members brought it to the notice of BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.

  • Bowling coach to be named in three weeks

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is expected to find a replacement for Heath Streak within the next three weeks.

  • Kiwis announce itinerary of Tigers' tour

    Bangladesh are set to play three ODIs, three T20Is and two Tests in New Zealand at the end of the year. The itinerary was released on a website run by New Zealand’s cricket board.

  • 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.

  • Taskin

    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.