• Morgan returns to captain One Day team in Ind

    Eoin Morgan returns to captain England in both the One Day International and Twenty20 series with India after opting out of the Bangladesh part of the tour over security fears.

  • Jamal nine off the pace

    Bangladesh golfer Jamal Hossain made the cut after the Panasonic Open India's second round, which was reduced to 54 holes following fog disruptions Friday.

  • Jamal in 30th place

    Bangladesh golfer Jamal Hossain got off to a good start in the Panasonic Open India as he finished with a score of 72, securing par.

  • England draft in Jennings, Dawson

    England have added opening batsman Keaton Jennings and spinner Liam Dawson to their squad for the final two Tests in India as replacements for the injured Haseeb Hameed and Zafar Ansari.

  • Woakes suffers hairline fracture

    Chris Woakes has been diagnosed with a hairline fracture sustained while batting in the third Test in Mohali.

  • Cook and Eng to unwind before fourth Test

    England captain Alastair Cook is looking forward to a rare week-long break in a hectic playing schedule after the heavy third Test defeat against India in Mohali Tuesday.

  • India take 2-0 lead

    Ravindra Jadeja's sparkling all-round performance floored England and handed India an unbeatable 2-0 lead after they cantered home to a comprehensive eight-wicket win in the third Test on Tuesday.

  • Record win takes Bangladesh to 2nd place

    Bangladesh move to the second position of the points table after they thump Nepal by 92 runs in the 8th match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • India inch closer to win despite Root defiance

    Joe Root fell after a defiant 78 as India claimed three wickets on the fourth morning to inch closer to a comprehensive victory in the third Test against England on Tuesday.

  • India all out for 417 in Mohali Test

    India were dismissed for 417 runs to take a first innings lead of 134 runs against England on day three of the third Test at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on Monday.

  • Bangladesh beat Thailand by 35 runs

    After being at the receiving end of a 64-run drubbing in the opening game against India, Bangladesh bounce back strongly as they beat Thailand by 35 runs in the 5th match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • Stokes reprimanded for offensive outburst

    England's Ben Stokes has been reprimanded for the second time in a month for an offensive outburst on the opening day of the third Test against India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced.

  • Pujara, Kohli drive Ind after openers depart

    Cheteshwar Pujara maintained his consistency with the bat, hitting a patient unbeaten 51 as he and skipper Virat Kohli guided India to 148 for two at tea on the second day of the third test against England on Sunday.

  • BCCI threatens Champions Trophy pullout

    The Indian Cricket Board's relations with the ICC, headed by Shashank Manohar, hit a new low after Indian women's cricket team was docked six points for not playing bilateral series with Pakistan between August 1 to October 31 as per agreement.

  • Why Kohli and Warner weren't charged

    Around the same time that the ICC heard the Faf du Plessis case, there emerged on social media footage of Virat Kohli and David Warner with suggestions that they might have introduced artificial substances to shine the ball.

  • Former Pak cricketers ask ICC to ban Kohli

    Former Pakistan cricketers and an ex-Pakistan Cricket Board chairman on Tuesday demanded of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to ban Indian skipper Virat Kohli for ball-tampering.

  • Patel's eight-year India Test exile ended

    India wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha is ruled out of the third Test against England, prompting the selectors to recall Parthiv Patel after eight years in the wilderness.

  • Ind women penalised by ICC for skipping Pak matches

    The International Cricket Council has docked six points of Indian women’s cricket team after they skipped all their three matches against Pakistan in the ICC women’s championship competition.

  • Cook confident of turnaround in Mohali Test

    Skipper Alastair Cook expresses confidence that England can bounce back in the series against India despite the crushing loss in the second Test but says winning the toss would be key.

  • Spinners wrap up Ind win over Eng

    India spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Jayant Yadav claimed three wickets apiece in the second innings to lead the hosts to a comfortable 246-run win in the second Test against England on Monday and a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

  • Cook, Hameed dig in for second Test

    Skipper Alastair Cook and Haseeb Hameed dug in their heels as England crawled to 40 for no loss at tea on the fourth day of the second Test against India in Visakhapatnam on Sunday.

  • Ashwin fifty propels India to 455

    All-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin struck a crucial half-century before England bowled out India for 455 in the afternoon session on day two of the second Test in Visakhapatnam on Friday.

  • BD drawn against India, Afghanistan

    Bangladesh have been drawn along with holders India in the 4th South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Women's Championship at the draw of the seven-team women's tournament which was held at the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) House yesterday.

  • 'Young' Cook to remain England Test skipper

    Director of England cricket Andrew Strauss expects Alastair Cook to carry on as the Test captain well into the summer of 2017, saying the 31-year-old is comfortable with the responsibility.

  • England take out openers early

    England pacers James Anderson and Stuart Broad give their side the early breakthroughs to put India on the backfoot at 2 for 22 inside five overs in the second Test match of the series at Visakhapatnam.

  • India spinners under the pump

    India's much-hyped spin attack are under pressure to deliver in the second Test at Visakhapatnam starting Thursday against an England side high on confidence and boasting new teenage sensation Haseeb Hameed.

  • Functional RCAs will be Papon's biggest triumph

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan Papon last week celebrated three successful years in office with a Mezban for all stakeholders at the board headquarters in Mirpur.

  • Ind spinners in firing line against confident Eng

    India's much-hyped spin attack are under pressure to deliver in the second Test at Visakhapatnam starting Thursday against an England side high on confidence and boasting new teenage sensation Haseeb Hameed.

  • Home crowd

    Bangladesh beat India 2-1

    Following an intense finish, the Bangladesh Physically Challenged Cricket team completed a 2-1 series victory against their Indian counterparts in Ranchi yesterday.

  • New dad Cook's runs ease pain of being away

    England skipper Alastair Cook says scoring his ninth Test century in Asia during the drawn first Test against India makes the struggle of being away from his newborn baby "worthwhile".

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