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Fatullah

Bangladesh Vs Zimbabwe Cricket

Zim's practice ends in draw

The bowling attack which Zimbabwe faced in the drawn three-day practice match at Fatullah was not challenging enough for their batsmen to prepare for the three-match Test series against the home team. Bangladesh are expected to rely heavily on their slow bowlers to maximise the home advantage from the pitch in the upcoming series. Nevertheless, match practice always helps a team to accustom with the conditions and in this drawn contest, which is their opening and also the lone game...

BCB XI take lead

BCB XI take lead

Half-centuries from Shamsur Rahman and Shuvagata Hom, both of whom have been included in the squad for the first Test against Zimbabwe, helped BCB XI take the lead at the end of the second day of the three-day practice match against Zimbabwe in Fatullah yesterday. The local side finished the day on 252 for...

Zim fold for 241

Zim fold for 241

Despite having lost a wicket towards the end of the first day of the three-day practice match at Fatullah yesterday, the day belonged to the Bangladesh Cricket Board XI as they managed to bundle the Zimbabweans out for 241 runs in 76.2 overs. In reply the hosts lost the wicket of Shadman Islam...

'Tigers are powerful'

'Tigers are powerful'

Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor has said that his side will not pay any heed to Bangladesh's poor run in international cricket in 2014 as they expect the Tigers to put up their best show at home. Bangladesh have lost three out of the four Tests and 12 of the 13 ODIs they played this...

BD A win series 2-1

BD A win series 2-1

Bangladesh A came from behind to record a 2-1 win in the three-match one-day series against their Zimbabwe counterparts as they beat the visitors by 31 runs in the last game at the Khan Saheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah yesterday. Batting first, Bangladesh A posted a decent total of 239. In reply, Bangladesh...

In search of a new hero

It's been eight months since Bangladesh last tasted a win in one-day cricket. Truth be told, very few could have predicted the treacherous slide that the Tigers have gone through ever since their dramatic four-wicket victory over New Zealand in Fatullah last winter. In a rare occurrence, the Tigers chased down 307 without any help from their most-sought after batsmen. Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal did not feature in that game, while captain Mushfiqur Rahim was caught at square-leg...

Couple found dead in Narayanganj

A couple was found dead at their house in Narayanganj Sadar upazila today. The deceased are Shamim Miah, 30, of Lamapara in Fatullah and his wife Sumana Islam, 25, a garment worker. Informed by locals, law enforcers rushed to the spot and recovered the hanging body of Shamim from their rented house around 11:00am, reports our Narayanganj correspondent. They also recovered the body of Sumana lying on the floor, police said. Police suspect that Shamim, a carpenter, might have committed suicide after killing...

Hosts face Afghan test

Ever since Afghanistan and Bangladesh were pitted in the same group in the first round of the ICC World Twenty20, talk about the possibility of the hosts suffering an embarrassing exit from the grand event flooded various public forums. In a way it depicted the common man's thought that, despite having made so much progress over the last two years, on a given day a jittery Bangladesh can fall prey to the enthusiastic Afghans. And so when the teams go...

Sri Lanka draw first blood

Sri Lanka draw first blood

Lasith Malinga with a searing five-wicket haul powered Sri Lanka to a thrilling 12-run win after Lahiru Thirimanne scored his second ODI ton in the opening match of the Asia Cup at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah yesterday. The second match of the regional tournament today will see hosts Bangladesh taking...

ASIA CUP 2014 BAN-IND ODI

Embargo on Aaron for beamer

Embargo on Aaron for beamer

In a frustrating over flooded with runs, pacer Varun Aaron became a bit unbridled in 39th over during an ODI match of Asia Cup between Bangladesh and India at Fatullah stadium today. Aaron delivered an enraged beamer-- a shoulder-high full-toss -- the second of the innings to Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim that hit the...

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