• Afghanistan

    Afghanistan may arrive in Dhaka before England

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director Akram Khan says that there is a possibility for another team to tour Bangladesh before England arrive here on September 30.

  • Strauss urges Eng fans to make own call on BD tour

    Andrew Strauss, the director of England cricket, urges supporters intending to follow the team in Bangladesh this autumn to make their own assessment of the situation in the country based on advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.


    England and Wales Cricket Board tonight confirmed that England's tour of Bangladesh will continue as planned.

  • Papon thanks ECB

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon thanks the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to let England's tour of Bangladesh in October to go on as planned.

  • England tour to continue as planned: ECB

    The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced that England's tour to Bangladesh will go ahead as planned.

  • 2nd D/N Test to be played by Pak, WI

    Pakistan announce the schedule for their series against the West Indies in the United Arab Emirates beginning next month, including their first-ever day-night Test.

  • Dizzy Roy leads England

    Jason Roy overcomes a dizzy spell to lead England's charge to a 44-run win under the Duckworth/Lewis method in a rain-marred first one-day international against Pakistan.

  • Bangladeshi players

    Gazi hunt for talent

    In their largest joint venture to date with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Pratishthan (BKSP), Gazi Group launches the Gazi Tyres Cricketers Hunt.

  • ICC to review Tests washout

    The International Cricket Council says it will launch a review after two Tests in the West Indies and South Africa were abandoned due to poor ground conditions.

  • Mustafizur

    British paper casts further doubts

    A report on British newspaper The Telegraph's website has cast further doubts over England's scheduled tour of Bangladesh.

  • Pakistan proud to be No.1

    Cricket-obsessed Pakistanis are celebrating their national team's "incredible journey" to the top of the Test rankings.

  • Durban Test drawn

    The first Test between South Africa and New Zealand at Durban ends in a draw after poor conditions prevent play,

  • Former stars in new league

    Bangladesh's cricket fans will get an opportunity to witness their former cricketing stars once again when they take part in the

  • WI face criticism for India Test farce

    Officials remain tight-lipped even as condemnation rains down on administrators deemed responsible for the fiasco of a waterlogged outfield that has ruined the fourth and final Test between the West Indies and India.

  • BCB mourns Sunny's loss

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has expressed profound sadness at the passing away of Abdur Rahim, father of Bangladesh national team spinner Arafat Sunny.

  • Day Three washed out

    A wet outfield prevented any play on the third day of the first Test between South Africa and New Zealand at Kingsmead on Sunday.

  • ECB security team convinced: BCB

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board has said that the ECB's (England and Wales Cricket Board) three-member security delegation left

  • Taskin, Sunny's test on Sep 8

    Bangladesh bowlers Taskin Ahmed and Arafat Sunny are scheduled to test their respective bowling actions in an ICC-accredited

  • Third day washed out in Trinidad

    Inadequate ground drainage and maintenance systems resulted in the abandonment of the third day without a ball being bowled in the

  • Cricket: Haggard Aussies look for ODI redemption

    Australia will look to restore some battered pride when they begin their one-day series against Sri Lanka, hoping that some fresh blood can help reverse a string of defeats on a miserable tour.

  • Second day abandoned

    A sodden outfield and more rainfall in the afternoon forced the abandonment of the second day's play without a ball being bowled in the

  • NZ bowlers take control

    New Zealand's bowlers hold the advantage on the first day of the first Test against South Africa at Kingsmead on Friday.

  • BCB sacks Kalpage

    Bangladesh assistant coach Ruwan Kalpage's contract has been terminated by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).

  • Arafat Sunny

    Five actions found illegal

    Five of the 10 bowlers reported for suspect actions during the Dhaka Premier League 2016 are cleared to varying degrees.

  • SA look to climb back to summit

    Fast bowling pair Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander will reunite as South Africa seek to start the long climb back up the rankings.

  • So far so good for security team

    England's security team express satisfaction with the cooperation received so far, but refuse to reveal anything further about their assessment of the security situation in Bangladesh.

  • Cricket: Pakistan's one-day form a worry

    Pakistan's one-day form is a "real concern" to coach Mickey Arthur and the South African believes it could "take some time" to improve the team's standing in white-ball cricket.

  • Cricket: Anderson awaits security advice on BD tour

    James Anderson says he will accept the advice of England's security experts when it comes to deciding whether he should tour Bangladesh.

  • Doctor clears Fizz to return

    Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman has his final medical checkup and receives the green signal to return home.

  • Cricket: Sri Lanka whitewash Aussies for the first time

    Sri Lanka clinch their first series whitewash over a major cricketing nation as they win the third and final Test against Australia by 163 runs, with spinner Rangana Herath taking 7-64.