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A series of experiments

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Test & ODI Series

A series of experiments

It's never the best of signs when a team goes into an ODI series, prior to the World Cup, without a number of its regular players. Circumstances in Bangladesh's cricket this year has been as such that the management have been compelled to replace some of their experienced players with younger ones, who...

Busy 2015 for Tigers

Busy 2015 for Tigers

The cricket operations committee of BCB was not in favour of sending the national team to Zimbabwe for a three-match ODI series prior to the World Cup; instead they wanted to play a series of one-dayers in Dubai in January next year. International Cricket Council's High Performance Unit invited Bangladesh and Zimbabwe to play...

Will the sun shine for long?

The skies were grey for the Tigers for most of this year. But with the advent of the winter and the arrival of Zimbabwe on these delta shores, a whiff of pleasant air replaced the gloom in the form of a sweet 3-0 Test series sweep for the Tigers. You may call it a mission accomplished, a historic success or a much-needed boost for the Tigers ahead of next year's World Cup. Some may even term this success as another...

Hoping for a new chapter

There isn't much that a coach can do to motivate his players when his side is whitewashed by their closest competitors in international cricket, but Zimbabwe coach Stephen Mangongo believes that his players can put in a much better effort in the five-match ODI series. "It's a new chapter going into the one-day series [beginning on Friday]. I think it will be a close-fought competition. Most of the one-day games are always bitter and tough between these two nations and...

BCB XI beat Zimbabwe by 88 runs

BCB XI beat Zimbabwe by 88 runs

Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB) XI team today beat the visiting Zimbabwe team by 88 runs at Chittagong’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. BCB XI won the practice match that was played ahead of Bangladesh’s five-match one day series (ODI) after the Tigers whitewashed Zimbabwe 3-0 in the Test series. Losing the toss, BCB XI scored 282...

Editorial

Get into winning habit

BANGLADESH has sealed its most successful Test series victory ever by whitewashing Zimbabwe 3 - 0. It was also our maiden Test whitewash series. Our heartiest felicitations to the Tigers. Now with a big victory comes an even bigger responsibility, and that is to continue winning. Not that we haven't booked a Test victory before, but it's the sheer margin of victory that stands out this time around. Now that we have been consistent in one series, the expectation will be...

Tigers whitewash Zimbabwe

Tigers whitewash Zimbabwe

Bangladesh completed a whitewash today in the three-match Test series against Zimbabwe after beating the visitors by a big margin of 186 runs at Chittagong. Zimbabwe put up a brave fight and managed to bring down the trail below 200 runs after put to chase a target 449 runs in their second innings.

Jubair 5-for spins out Zimbabwe

Jubair 5-for spins out Zimbabwe

Bangladesh's spinners, yet again in the series, proved to be Zimbabwe's Achilles' heel, as the turners scalped seven wickets in Chittagong on the third day of the final Test, to bowl out the visitors for 374 and achieve a sizeable lead. The only difference here was that instead of Bangladesh's traditional slow-left arm attack it was the loopy leg-spin of young Jubair Hossain, who took his maiden five-wicket haul, that left the Zimbabweans short of their expected score on a track that still seemed good for batting. After the innings turnover, Bangladesh reached stumps at 23 for no loss. Beginning the day at 113 for one, Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza continued...

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE 3RD TEST

Zimbabwe start confident chase

Zimbabwe start confident chase

Bangladesh rode on Mominul Haque’s fourth Test century to set Zimbabwe a target of 448 runs nearing end of fourth day’s play today in the third Test at Chittagong. 23-year-old Mominul Haque also entered in the ranks of top 10 Test run scorers of Bangladesh.

BCB spells Tigers’ squad for ODI matches

BCB spells Tigers’ squad for ODI matches

Bangladesh Cricket Board today announced the Tigers’ squad for the first two one day internationals (ODI) of the five-match series against Zimbabwe, a BCB press release said. Mashrafe Mortaza will lead the Tigers team comprising of Shakib Al Hasan (vice captain), Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque Bijoy, Mominul Hoque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmud Ullah, Shabbir Rahaman,...

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