• Hyderabad rise to IPL throne

    A late burst from Ben Cutting and disciplined death-over bowling leads Sunrisers Hyderabad to the Indian Premier League Championship for the first time

  • Nasir propels Prime DSC

    In the rain-curtailed match at Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan No. 3 ground at Savar, Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club posts 191 for 7 in 28 overs against Abahani Limited today.

  • Kohli eyes maiden IPL crown for RCB

    The imperious Virat Kohli will be eyeing a fairytale ending Sunday to a record-breaking season when he leads the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League's final against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

  • ‘Fizz ahead of the pack’

    Mustafizur Rahman, Bangladesh left-arm seamer, might have missed the 2016 Indian Premier League Qualifier against Gujarat Lions on Friday (May 27) due to an injury, but he is well on way to becoming the best pacer in the world in limited-overs cricket.

  • Fizz rested for 'slight injury'

    Mustafizur Rahman was rested by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for their crucial qualifier against the Gujarat Lions in the Indian Premier League 2016.

  • Kiwis plan D/N Test with England

    New Zealand on Friday unveil plans to host a day-night Test against England as part of a packed home international schedule for the next two seasons.

  • Fizz out of qualifier

    Mustafizur Rahman will not feature in Sunrisers Hyderabad line-up for today’s Qualifier II against the Gujarat Lions after suffering a hamstring injury.

  • Kiwis announce itinerary of Tigers' tour

    Bangladesh are set to play three ODIs, three T20Is and two Tests in New Zealand at the end of the year. The itinerary was released on a website run by New Zealand’s cricket board.

  • ‘If I had to bowl at him, I will be worried’

    Regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers in the history of the game and the holder of the world record for most wickets in List A cricket (881), Wasim Akram says in an interview that he would be concerned if he had to bowl at India’s batting genius Virat Kohli.

  • Kiwis mull day-night Test against England

    New Zealand on Friday unveil plans to host a day-night Test against England as part of a packed home international schedule for the next two seasons.

  • BCB chief selector Faruque may resign

    Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) chief selector Faruque Ahmed has said that he may resign if the new national selection policy, which may lead to at least seven members—as opposed to three—in the selection committee, is passed by the BCB in its board meeting next week.

  • New selection formula in the works

    The working committee of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has proposed a complete revamp of the national selection panel after a meeting yesterday.

  • Fizz-fired Sunrisers face Raina's Lions

    When Sunrisers Hyderabad take the field at Delhi today for the second time in 48 hours they will once again bank on Bangladesh's young pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman's cutters and yorkers to cross the virtual semifinal hurdle against Gujarat Lions.

  • Streak set to step down as bowling coach

    Bangladesh bowling coach Heath Streak has revealed that he wants to part ways with the Bangladesh Cricket Board.

  • Australia's Mitchell Starc

    Missile-guided technology to monitor Aussies pacers

    Australia are making use of technology to the fullest. For the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka, the fast bowlers will start training under a technology more commonly used in military settings.

  • Shahid Afridi

    I'm available for Pakistan: Afridi

    Shahid Afridi says he would be available for Pakistan's tour of England this summer if required by his country.

  • 'Unexpected gift' for Prime Bank

    Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis (CCDM) revises the ninth-round fixture of the ongoing Dhaka Premier League where Abahani's match against Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club has been shifted to BKSP from Mirpur.

  • No contact with CA: Gillespie

    Former Test paceman Jason Gillespie has again strongly denied being in talks with Cricket Australia about the full-time role as the national team's bowling coach, despite media reports to the contrary Tuesday night.

  • Women power lifts IPL

    As women flock to the stands and take prominent positions in commentary boxes and boardrooms, cricket's richest Twenty20 league is no longer solely a man's world.

  • KKR look to extend dominance over SRH

    2012 and 2014 champions KKR led by Gautam Gambhir would look to assert their dominance while SRH with David Warner at the helm will have retribution on mind when the two teams lock horns in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Eliminator at 8:30pm local time today.

  • Mohammedan maul Prime Bank on reserve day

    Table topper Mohammedan give Prime Bank CC a 82-run thumping at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur on the reserve day of play today.

  • Mustafizur at home in an unfamiliar land

    Despite a rousing start to his international career, the IPL, it is fair to say, has been a unique challenge for Mustafizur. For starters, it is the longest he has spent outside his natural environment without a fellow Bangladeshi for company.

  • AB takes RCB to IPL final

    AB de Villiers plays a breathtaking knock to take Royal Challengers Bangalore into the Indian Premier League final with a thrilling four-wicket win over Gujarat Lions.

  • 'Mini' IPL in September?

    The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is keen to hold a mini-IPL abroad in September, a small window in the packed schedule when hardly any of the Test-playing nations are in action

  • Imtiaz, Raqibul take Prime DSC to 287

    Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club to pile up 287 for 6 in 50 overs after Kalabagan Cricket Academy captain Mahmudul Hasan opted to bowl first at Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah today.

  • Australia replicate subcontinent pitches

    Cricket Australia have created a turning track that accurately represents pitches in the subcontinent as they gear up for their upcoming series against Sri Lanka in July.

  • Army fitness camp benefitting Pak cricketers

    The Pakistan cricket team have been undergoing training at an army camp and cricketers Younis Khan and Sarfraz Ahmed have said that they are already reaping the rewards.

  • Stokes out for up to 6 weeks

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes is facing several weeks on the sidelines after being ruled out of the second Test against Sri Lanka with a knee injury.

  • Kohli to sit out Zim tour

    India's leading batsman Virat Kohli has been rested from the limited-overs series against Zimbabwe, scheduled from June 11 to 20, along with Murali Vijay and Ashish Nehra.

  • What ails Soumya?

    Soumya Sarkar's batting woes are a cause for worry not just for his Premier League side Legends of Rupganj but also for the national team, as he plays in the crucial opening position. Those who know him well try to get to the bottom of his troubles. Read the full story on page 14 of the May 24 print edition of The Daily Star.

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