• And then there were four

    42 matches and one month later the Bangladesh Premier League's fourth season has finally come to its final leg.

  • Rajshahi topple the might of Dhaka

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz hit the penultimate ball of the match for a four down to the backward point boundary as Rajshahi Kings pulled off a thrilling three-wicket win over Dhaka Dynamites in the 21st match of Bangladesh Premier League at Chittagong today.

  • Mohammad Nabi muscles Vikings to 190

    Mohammad Nabi hammers his highest T20 knock to muscle Chittagong Vikings to 190 for 5 after 20 overs against Rajshahi Kings led by Darren Sammy in the 16th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016.

  • Dhaka solidify pole position with 19-run win

    Dhaka Dynamites maintain their position at the top of the Bangladesh Premier League table by defeating Chittagong Vikings by 19 runs.

  • Barisal canter to victory

    A superb captain’s knock from Tamim Iqbal propels Chittagong Vikings to 163 for 3 after 20 overs against Barisal Bulls in the 12th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur Stadium.

  • 'Beating Mash most pleasing'

    “Defeating Comilla [Victorians] is not pleasing, but defeating Mashrafe [Bin Mortaza] is,” Chittagong Vikings captain Tamim Iqbal joked after his side's victory at Mirpur.

  • Tamim, Nabi deliver Vikings' winning start

    A four-wicket haul from Mohammad Nabi delivers a 29-run victory for Tamim Iqbal's Chittagong Vikings over defending champions Comilla Victorians, led by Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, in the opening match of the Bangladesh Premier League

  • Shakib sees sunny side of rain break

    Brilliant sunshine bathed the city yesterday to signal the return of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) festivities, with the tournament set to kick off in earnest today as per a fresh schedule after rain spoiled the previously scheduled kick-off.

  • Rain-marred BPL set for restart

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday confirmed that all the matches of the Bangladesh Premier League would in fact be replayed by announcing the new itinerary of the competition.

  • Revised itinerary released for BPL

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced the new itinerary for the fourth edition of Bangladesh Premier League today. The tournament will now commence from November 8, 2016.

  • Tigers' win has to be the best possible news for Test cricket

    England's defeat by Bangladesh has come as a shock to the system for cricket.

  • Action shifts to thrill-a-minute cricket

    With the historic England tour done with, focus now shifts to the shortest format of cricket with the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) starting on November 4. Over the next two days The Daily Star Sports will be reviewing the seven participating teams.

  • Eng relieved as Root returns to field

    England heaved a sigh of relief Sunday as their key batsman Joe Root returned to the field after suffering from an upset stomach during the third day of their second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka.

  • Why Tigers deserve to win 2nd Test versus England?

    Following a close but heart-breaking 22-run loss in the opening Test against visitors England, at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong, hosts Bangladesh are on a mission to take revenge on the touring English team.

  • Will Tigers continue their resurgence at Dhaka?

    After winning the thrilling first Test in Chittagong by 22 runs earlier this week, England will be eager to extend its 100 percent record against Bangladesh when the teams face off again in Dhaka on Friday (October 28) for the second and final Test.

  • 'Sabbir's stomach pain not serious'

    Sabbir Rahman's participation in the second Test seems a lot more certain as Bangladesh physio Bayjidul Islam told reporters yesterday that Sabbir's stomach pain was not a serious issue and that he is confident that the batsman will be able to play in the second Test in Dhaka.

  • Tigers expose England shortcomings

    This tour of Bangladesh has been seen by many as a glorified warm-up before the main event of England’s winter begins. Yet this emerging nation showed they are a side who should be feared in home conditions after giving Alastair Cook’s side an almighty scare in the closest Test finish since England beat Australia by 12 runs in the opening match of the 2013 Ashes series at Trent Bridge.

  • Babu's pitch-perfect tune

    There were three great actors in the classic Test that ended in Chittagong's Zahur Ahmed Stadium yesterday -- winners

  • I thought like a bumblebee: Cook

    England skipper Alastair Cook has said that he was ‘fairly confident’ of winning the first Test against Bangladesh despite the tight scenario.

  • Wasn’t possible for Sabbir to score all 33 runs alone

    There was immense drama throughout the Test and it continued right until the final day. The last two wickets were reviewed as well; the first by England, and the second by Bangladesh. It was a sign as to just how crucial a role the Decision Review System played in this Test.

  • Stokes denies Bangladesh a historic win

    England win the first Test against Bangladesh by 22 runs and go one up in the two-match series. The second Test will be played at Dhaka on October 28.

  • DAY'S MOMENTS

    This Test has been played in stifling heat under bright sunshine, so drinks and hydration were crucial for everyone involved. But

  • Bangladesh 253 for 8 at stumps on day-4

    Bangladesh lose their 8th wicket in the 73 over when Stuart Broad sends back Kamrul Islam Rabbi for 0 to put the visitors in a strong position late in the day.

  • Bangladesh 221 for 5, trail England by 72 runs

    Bangladesh end day-2 of the first Test against England at 221 for 5 and trail the visitors by 72 runs at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Cricket Stadium in Chittagong.

  • DAY'S MOMENTS

    The stats are not in yet, but it will be surprising if there were more umpire decision reviews taken than on the first day of the

  • Right arm slow?

    Even if Bangladesh are novices in Test cricket, there is one person in the team set-up who is a bonafide all-time great. Through

  • 'Bangladesh are a hugely improved side'

    England will be the favourites but their skipper Alastair Cook is not taking Bangladesh lightly

  • Proud Cook admits to wrench of leaving family

    Alastair Cook admits to questioning how much longer he can extend his record-breaking England career, torn between the pride of playing for his country and the wrench of being parted from his young family.

  • 'Nice to be called captain after a long time'

    Bangladesh Test captain Mushfiqur Rahim is happy to take the reins after a big break ahead of the first Test against England tomorrow

  • Bangladesh v England 1st Test preview

    Having lost out on a closely contested ODI series against England, Bangladesh will look to avenge their defeat when both teams clash in first Test of the two match series on Thursday at Chittagong.

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