• Abahani, Prime Bank, Prime Doleshwar win

    Tamim Iqbal-led Abahani, Sabbir Rahman’s Prime Bank Cricket Club and Nasir Hossain’s Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club churned out victories in the third round of the Dhaka Premier League today.

  • Shahadat apologises unconditionally

    Former Bangladesh pace bowler Shahadat Hossain, during a press conference at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, apologises unconditionally to the nation for torturing a house help, an offence for which he served a jail term.

  • Williamson confirmed as Kiwi Test captain

    Kane Williamson has officially been confirmed as New Zealand's captain in all three formats, and later this year is set to become the 29th man to lead the country in Test cricket.

  • In the ICL's shadow

    Cricketer Mahbubul Karim, who scored a fine 130 in Sheikh Jamal's win over Abahani in their Dhaka Premier League match on Tuesday, speaks about how his foray into the outlawed Indian Cricket League affected his career, this edition of the DPL and the new breed of young cricketers.

  • Last-ball six clinches Mirpur thriller on day of nail-biters

    Muktar Ali hit a six when four runs were needed off the last ball against Abahani in their Dhaka Premier League match at Mirpur. The day's other matches at Fatullah and Savar also went down to the wire in an entertaining day of the country's premier 50-over competition.

  • ICC reprimands Windies players

    The West Indies cricketers have been reprimanded by the game's governing body for their actions and comments in the wake of their World T20 triumph earlier this month.

  • Bangladesh still 7th, not 5th

    The good news that Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon provided in the afternoon yesterday, regarding the

  • Shakib picks up first wicket of IPL 2016

    Shakib Al Hasan bowled a tidy spell and picked up his first wicket of the Indian Premier League 2016 as Kolkata Knight Riders restricted Rising Pune Supergiants to 160 for five at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadiium in Pune on April 24, 2016.

  • Sachin turns 43

    Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar celebrates his 43rd birthday today. One of the greatest of all time, Tendulkar was also one of the more humble cricketing superstars, with the pressure and adulation from nearly a billion supporters barely ever affecting him. He has also had a great time of it in Bangladesh during his playing days, notching his 100th international century in the country.

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    When Tamim and Imrul proved a point at Lord’s

    Here are five epic opening partnerships in Test cricket where the protagonists defied tall odds, fought tooth and nail to bring out their team from a precarious position.

  • Watch Fizz get Jaddu

    The 20 year old cutter master from Satkhira, fondly known as the Fizz is showing why he is such a vital cog in Sunrisers Hyderabad team, and the left-arm wonder recorded his most economical spell in the Indian Premier League (IPL) during the ten-wicket win over Gujarat Lions at Rajkot on April 21, 2016.

  • 8-wicket win for Doleshwar

    Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club made a fine start to their Dhaka Premier League campaign by bowling out Cricket Coaching School for just 177.

  • Gazi Group beat Prime Bank after Mahedi's debut ton

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz marked his Dhaka Premier League debut by stroking an 89-ball 103 for Gazi Group Cricketers against defending champions Prime Bank Cricket Club.

  • Jubair drives Abahani to 7-wicket win

    Playing for Abahani Limited against Kalabagan Krira Chakra, Bangladesh Test leg-spinner Jubair Hossain spun his way to six for 34 on the Dhaka Premier League's opening day, setting up a seven-wicket win for his side.

  • 'IPL is becoming a logistical nightmare'

    Troubled by the constant shifting of venues and matches of the ongoing Indian Premier League, which has resulted in huge financial losses to stakeholders, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is mulling taking the next edition of the league outside India.

  • Fizz keeps on rolling

    Mustafizur Rahman picking up wickets in every Indian Premier League match he has so far played is now a routine occurrence,

  • Learning Bangla for Mustafizur, says Warner

    Hyderabad Sunrisers’ captain David Warner revealed on Twitter that he is learning Bengali in order to communicate with his team’s most lethal weapon, Bangladeshi sensation Mustafizur Rahman.

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    ICC to discuss multi-format points system

    The ICC is set to discuss the possibility of a points-based structure for international cricket at its forthcoming board meeting in Dubai.

  • Dravid Jr. scores century for club team

    Ex- India batsman, The ‘Wall” Rahul Dravid's son Samit seems to be following in his father's footsteps. All of 10 years of age, Samit scored a century in an Under-14 club cricket match at the Loyola ground in Bangalore.

  • Selection begins for physically-challenged team from May 3: BKSP

    A three-day talent hunt camp will begin at BKSP Cricket Training Ground, Savar on May 3 to select physically-challenged cricketers from the team from across the country.

  • Heat wave has cricketers hoping for rain

    The ongoing heat wave is hitting the cricketers hard as they practise for the upcoming Dhaka Premier League. One of them is even hoping for rain in order to get some relief

  • Refreshed Tamim blazes warm-up ton

    Tamim Iqbal returned to cricket after a three-week hiatus with a century at Fatullah yesterday. The opener smacked 139 runs in 90 balls during a practice match played between Abahani Limited and Dhaka Premier League title-holders Prime Bank Cricket Club.

  • ‘Death bowling is his art’

    Sunrisers Hyderabad captain and Aussie batter David Warner enthusiastically backs up Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman’s bowling at the back end of a match and compares the left-armer’s deeds with those of his teammate Mitchell Starc.

  • Hastings out of IPL

    Kolkata Knight Riders' Australian fast bowler John Hastings has been ruled out of the rest of the IPL due to an ankle injury

  • For T20, cricketers now loyal to money: Steve Waugh

    Twenty20 cricket has spoiled the game and has turned cricketers “loyal to money rather than loyal to the team,” says Steve Waugh, former captain of Australia.

  • Maiden strikes of Mustafizur

    Mustafizur Rahman, the name that has carved out a special place in the hearts of Tigers’ fans became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to make the ICC Team of the Year in 2015 on the back of some superb performances with the ball, especially in one-day matches.

  • None of us had dinner after India defeat: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has revealed that he and his team-mates skipped dinner after their gut-wrenching one-run defeat against India in the recently concluded World T20.

  • -Why a cricket match caused student unrest in Kashmir

    Tensions remain high at a university in Indian-administered Kashmir following a row sparked by a cricket match. Students and police clashed at the National Institute of Technology in Srinagar city, with police using sticks to beat up students.

  • Don’t miss Mustafizur at IPL 2016

    The sixth Bangladeshi cricketer to receive a contract in the Indian Premier League, left-arm sensation Mustafizur Rahman will don the colours of Sunrisers Hyderabad and show his craft with the ball in the most attended professional Twenty20 cricket league in the world.

  • Shakib, Mustafizur leave for India

    Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan and pacer Mustafizur Rahman leave for India to take part in the Indian Premier League which is set to begin on April 9.