• BCB announces preliminary squad for Eng series

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announces the 30-member preliminary squad for the England series scheduled to begin from October 4 later this year.

  • Facebook Live set to broadcast CPL games

    All 34 matches in this year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will be broadcast live on Facebook around the world, via Facebook’s official live streaming partner Grabyo.

  • Roy plunders SL for series win

    Jason Roy fell five runs short of setting a new batting record but his superb 162 still helped England win the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka and take an unassailable 2-0 series lead on Wednesday.

  • Ganguly hits back at Shastri

    A 'disappointed' Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday retaliates to Ravi Shastri's barbs at him by saying that the former team director was living in a "fool's world".

  • Bangladesh's players

    Twelve teams in WT20 main draw?

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) is most likely going to add two more teams to the main draw of the reinstated World Twenty20 in 2018.

  • Tamim upset at lengthy layoff

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal says that the Tigers' lengthy break from international cricket will hamper their chances of performing to their best.

  • BCB steps in as clubs falter

    The player payments of two of the four Dhaka Premier League (DPL) clubs, which had not paid its players, were completed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board over the last two days.

  • England seek series knockout

    Three One Day Internationals (ODIs), and three different outcomes: a tie, an England win and a washout. As England and Sri Lanka gear up for the penultimate ODI of the series.

  • Misbah backs Amir to come good

    Mohammad Amir can still become the best bowler in the world despite serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing, Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan's Test captain, opined on Monday (June 27).

  • Tangail School emerge winners

    Tangail School and College beat Dinajpur High by 3 wickets at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur yesterday to lift the Prime Bank Young Tigers National School Cricket trophy.

  • Trophy won, but work to be done

    Australia, the world's top-ranked one-day-international side, need to work on a number of aspects to improve ahead of next year's Champions Trophy, captain Steve Smith said after they won a triangular series in the West Indies on Sunday.

  • Marsh powers Australia to Tri-series win

    Mitchell Marsh emerges as the unlikely bowling hero for Australia as the World Cup-holders defeat the West Indies by 58 runs in the final of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

  • Chappel hails Kumble pick

    Greg Chappell, the former India coach, says that Anil Kumble's selection as the national team's coach is an 'inspired choice' and he will bring the same fighting spirit to the team as a coach that he brought as a player.

  • Two tiers on ICC agenda

    One of the biggest shake-ups in cricket history could take place when the sport's global governing body convenes in Edinburgh on Monday.

  • Fizz given green signal

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has given Mustafizur Rahman the green signal to join Sussex next month. The BCB has already started working on gathering Mustafizur's documents in order to apply for the visa.

  • Eng to tour in September?

    England are set to tour Bangladesh for the first time since 2010 in September and will play two Tests and three one-day-internationals according to a tentative itinerary published on CricInfo.

  • WI crush Proteas to reach final

    Darren Bravo's third hundred and impressive fast bowling from Shannon Gabriel propels the West Indies to a 100-run win over South Africa in the ninth and final preliminary match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

  • HP squad revealed

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announces a 24-member High Performance (HP) squad for the 2016-17 season.

  • West Indies trounce South Africa

    Darren Bravo’s third hundred and impressive fast bowling from Shannon Gabriel propel the West Indies to a 100-run win over South Africa in the ninth and final preliminary match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

  • Browne replaces Lloyd as WI selection chief

    Former wicketkeeper-batsman Courtney Browne has replaced Clive Lloyd as West Indies' chairman of selectors with immediate effect.

  • 'Would love to spend more time with my family'

    Approaching completion of his 10th year in international cricket, star Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan sat down with The Daily Star to take a look back on his career so far.

  • The Hales-Roy show sinks SL

    A record, unbeaten 256-run opening stand between Alex Hales and Jason Roy makes a mockery of what looked like a competent total as England beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets.

  • Is Fizz finally heading to Sussex?

    Sussex County Cricket Club’s summer-long dream of getting Mustafizur Rahman, one of the best young bowlers in world cricket into their one-day team finally looks like happening.

  • Ranjit Biswas passes away

    Ranjit Kumar Bishwas, the former senior secretary for Cultural Affairs and a prominent sports writer, passed away in Chittagong yesterday. He was 60.

  • The rate at which my career has grown is unbelievable

    From his thunderous 92 against Sri Lanka in 2009 that brought Tigers back from the dead to his indomitable spirit against New Zealand a year later that led to the first ever 'Banglawash';

  • Kumble appointed new India coach

    Anil Kumble is named by the Board of Control for Cricket in India as the head coach of the country's cricket team

  • ‘Getting dropped motivated me to train harder’

    Glenn Maxwell, the Australian all-rounder, admits to have been hurt when dropped from the playing XI for two games during the ongoing tri-nation One-Day International series in West Indies.

  • Anushka slams India's online trolls

    Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma has hit out at "misogynistic" online trolls after she received abusive social media messages over her reported on-off relationship with Indian Test cricket captain Virat Kohli.

  • England 'out of a hole'

    England captain Eoin Morgan praises Chris Woakes, Jos Buttler and Liam Plunkett for getting his side "out of a hole" as the first one-day international against Sri Lanka ends in a thrilling tie.

  • Australia reach final

    Australia qualify for the final of the triangular ODI series with a six-wicket win over West Indies in Barbados on Tuesday.