• Zimbabwe declares 'state of disaster' over drought

    Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Friday declared a "state of disaster" in many rural areas hit by a severe drought, with more than a quarter of the population facing food shortages.

  • U19 Tigers trounce Zimbabwe

    Bangladesh cruise to victory during the second day of warm-up matches for the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup 2016 scheduled to begin from January 27.

  • Taskin blooper and bungles to remember

    Check out the bloopers and fielding bungles during the fourth and final T20I of the series between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. The visitors came back from two games down to draw the series.

  • Zimbabwe aim to complete comeback

    Buoyant Zimbabwe aim to complete comeback in the 4th match of the T20I series against Bangladesh at Khulna’s Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium trailing 1-2.

  • Recalls likely for older hands

    Thanks to Zimbabwe's victory in the third T20I, the fourth and final game today promises a lot more excitement. This will be Bangladesh's 50th T20I game and they will be looking to mark the landmark with a win.

  • Zimbabwe’s Brian Vitori reported for suspect bowling action

    Zimbabwe left-arm seamer Brian Vitori has been reported for a suspect action following the third T20 international against Bangladesh. Vitori will have to undergo a test on his action at an ICC-accredited centre within 14 days but can continue bowling in international cricket until the results are out.

  • Zimbabwe stun Bangladesh by 31 runs

    Zimbabwe defeat Bangladesh by 31 runs in the 3rd T20I to register their first win of the 4-match series at Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium, Khulna today.

  • Depleted Bangladesh eye another series win

    It is becoming increasingly difficult to predict playing XIs from both sides, who aren't afraid to tinker with their combinations in their quest to narrow down on an ideal combination going into the World T20 in India.

  • Tigers look to ace the running game

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza said that they are focusing on improving on lack of singles in their batting approach, which he felt had to be covered through fours and sixes.

  • Bangladesh blow away Zimbabwe

    Bangladesh inflict a massive 42-runs defeat on Zimbabwe and take a 2-0 lead in the 4-match T20 series at Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium, Khulna today.

  • Batter’s approach key to Bangladesh’s fortune

    While Bangladesh romped home eventually, they required all of the eight batsmen in the side to overcome Zimbabwe's total of 163, which incidentally was the highest ever total they chased down at home and the second highest overall.

  • Batsmen seek balance

    "Watch!" a terrified Nasir screamed as a ball smashed onto the side-screen in front of which close to three-dozen

  • Bangladesh set to keep experimenting

    Both Bangladesh and Zimbabwe view this series as a chance to experiment ahead of the World T20, but neither side could fiddle too much during the first T20 won by Bangladesh in a manner that reflected the growing quality gap between the sides.

  • T20 exposes chinks in Tigers’ armour

    When you watch Bangladesh play T20 cricket, it often feels like they are trying to conduct a brain surgery with a shiny, blunt battle-axe. It is a bloody, messy affair.

  • Bangladesh players

    Tigers' T20 mission starts today

    While Bangladesh will look to experiment, the Zimbabweans will hope they can bounce back from their unexpected defeats at the hands of Afghanistan.

  • Old foes seek to fine-tune ahead of World T20

    Experimentation is the buzzword around the second Bangladesh-Zimbabwe T20 series in the 2015-16 season.

  • Zimbabwe rope in Ntini, Atapattu

    Zimbabwe recruit Makhaya Ntini and Marvan Atapattu to be assistant coach and batting consultant respectively, according to a report published today on the Zimbabwe Cricket website.

  • Bangladesh cricketers

    T20 skills in focus at Bangladesh's base camp

    At practice on Monday, Chandika Hathurusingha conducts a long session that was all about specific skills for the T20 games in Tigers’ 2016 itinerary.

  • Sibanda, Vitori return for Bangladesh T20s

    Batsman Vusi Sibanda and left-arm seamer Brian Vitori return to the Zimbabwe squad for the four T20Is against Bangladesh starting on January 15.

  • Shahzad spectacle gives Afghans series win

    Afghanistan's flamboyant opener Mohammad Shahzad flays opposition bowlers all over the Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium in the second Twenty20 international en route to a thumping 2-0 T20I series sweep over Zimbabwe.

  • Afghans clinch a cliffhanger in 1st T20I

    Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by five runs in a thrilling Twenty20 International (T20I) clash on Friday (January 8) to follow their triumph in the one-day series.

  • Zimbabwe to play four T20Is in Jan

    Zimbabwe will take on hosts Bangladesh in a four-match T20I series to be held in Khulna from January 15, the BCB announces in a media release.

  • Tamim asks youngsters to retain the hunger

    Tamim Iqbal has urged the younger members of the Bangladesh team to remain hungry for forthcoming challenges at the end of a successful year in international cricket.

  • No January Tests against Zimbabwe: BCB

    Nazmul Hassan, the BCB president, has said that Bangladesh's two-Test series against Zimbabwe, scheduled originally for January 2016, will be shelved to keep the team's focus on T20Is.

  • ICC T20 World Cup 2016 schedule announced

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) announces the groups and schedule of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016, which will be staged across eight venues in India from March 8 to April 3, 2016.

  • Rumana takes Bangladesh to ICC Women’s World T20

    Rumana Ahmed stars with the ball as Bangladesh women cricket team crush Zimbabwe by 31 runs to qualify for the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 India in 2016.

  • Women cricketers Bangla-wash Zimbabwe

    Bangladesh women cricket team humbled Zimbabwe by eight wickets in the 2nd 20-over match at Cox’s Bazar stadium today and wrapped up the series 2-0.

  • Bangladesh women beat Zimbabwe by 35 runs

    Bangladesh women defeat Zimbabwe by 35 runs at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox’s Bazar today.

  • Breaking the bat, Mustafizur style

    Check out the outstanding plays of the day from the second T20I between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe at Mirpur stadium.

  • Zim win on Madziva heroics

    Zimbabwe pulled off an unlikely 3-wicket victory when Neville Madziba smashed 18 runs in the last over bowled by Nasir to level the two-match T20I series against Bangladesh at Mirpur today.

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