• Aus keen on sweep of NZ: Marsh

    Australia will not be taking their collective foot off the gas in Friday's third one-day international against New Zealand in Melbourne, despite it being a dead rubber, according to all-rounder Mitchell Marsh.

  • Sammy takes Rajshahi to Qualifier 2

    Rajshahi Kings captain Darren Sammy struck an unbeaten fifty when his side was in trouble to beat Chittagong Vikings by three wickets in the eliminator match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur today.

  • 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.

  • Australia's Glenn Maxwell

    Maxwell may miss again

    Controversial all-rounder Glenn Maxwell could still find himself on the outer in Australia's second one-day international against New Zealand on Tuesday.

  • Rubel replaces injured Shahid

    Pacer Rubel Hossain has replaced the injured Mohammad Shahid in the 22-member preliminary squad for the New Zealand series. Rubel will therefore travel with the team to Australia next week in order to prepare for Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand.

  • Maxwell may miss again as Aus look to rebuild confidence

    Controversial all-rounder Glenn Maxwell could still find himself on the outer in Australia's second one-day international against New Zealand on Tuesday.

  • ‘Decision not to review Smith lbw was understandable’

    The decision not to review a leg before wicket appeal on Australia's captain Steve Smith was the right one at the time as there was significant doubt from even people off the field, New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has said.

  • Fizz-ing at 90 per cent

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman bowled 10 overs yesterday with an intensity of up to 90 per cent and has also begun catching and throwing with his right hand.

  • Australia win after Smith special

    Steve Smith hits a record-breaking century and took two superb catches as Australia beat New Zealand by 68 runs in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy one-day series opener

  • Comilla hold Rangpur in place

    Having lost to Comilla Victorians, Rangpur Riders will have to wait for the fate of the evening match between Dhaka Dynamites and Khulna Titans to know whether they have qualified for the Bangladesh Premierl League playoffs.

  • Comilla keep playoff hopes alive

    Comilla Victorians keep their playoff hopes alive with a five-wicket win over Khulna Titans

  • Aus coach looks to defuse Maxwell-Wade row

    Australia coach Darren Lehmann is to hold clear-the-air talks ahead of the one-day series against New Zealand after recalled all-rounder Glenn Maxwell criticised wicketkeeper Matt Wade.

  • Lankans have pace, but need to swing: Akram

    Legendary Pakistani paceman Wasim Akram said that Sri Lanka had a promising crop of fast bowlers despite their traditional reliance on spin after holding a coaching session with the islanders Thursday.

  • NZ coach downplays Aus turmoil

    New Zealand coach Mike Hesson declined to lay the boot into Australia Thursday after a demoralising Test series defeat to South Africa, insisting their one-day team was a different beast.

  • 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.


    In Wednesday's lead story titled 'Al Amin courts trouble again,' it was mistakenly written that Shohag Gazi was one of the two bowlers who had been flagged for a suspect action during the on-going Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

  • New-look side excites Smith

    Captain Steve Smith is hoping his triumphant new Gen-Y line-up can build "something really special" for Australian cricket over the next 10 years.

  • 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.

  • Dhaka defeat Rangpur by 42 runs

    Table toppers Dhaka Dynamites consolidate their position after giving Rangpur Riders a 42-run thumping in the 34th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur stadium.

  • Bangladesh lose to Pakistan

    Bangladesh suffer the ignominy of being bowled out for their lowest T20 total as they go down by nine wickets to Pakistan in the ninth match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • 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.

  • Imrul, Shehzad take Comilla home

    93-run opening stand between Imrul Kayes and Ahmed Shehzad enabled Comilla Victorians to chase down Barisal’s 142 and win the 32nd match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 by eight wickets at Mirpur stadium today.

  • 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.

  • NZ rip through Pak to clinch series 2-0

    New Zealand's pace bowlers sparked a final session collapse to dismiss Pakistan for 230 and give them a 138-run victory in the second Test at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Tuesday, a win that also clinched a first series triumph over Pakistan since 1985.

  • Pakistan unchanged for Aus tour

    Pakistan resisted the temptation to change and retained the same 16-man squad which is currently on tour in New Zealand for their upcoming series in Australia, their chief selector said Monday.

  • Taylor ton puts Kiwis on top

    Ross Taylor shrugged off his eye problems to score a superb unbeaten century as New Zealand set Pakistan a formidable 369-run target to win the second Test on Monday.

  • Ashwin treble pushes England to the edge

    Ravichandran Ashwin rattled England's top order with three wickets to leave them reeling on 78 for four at stumps on day three of the third Test on Monday, still trailing India by 56.

  • 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.