• Bangladesh set for tour Down Under

    Defending champions Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers will tackle a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI as part of their preparation for this summer’s KFC Twenty20 Big Bash League.

  • Tigers expose England shortcomings

    This tour of Bangladesh has been seen by many as a glorified warm-up before the main event of England’s winter begins. Yet this emerging nation showed they are a side who should be feared in home conditions after giving Alastair Cook’s side an almighty scare in the closest Test finish since England beat Australia by 12 runs in the opening match of the 2013 Ashes series at Trent Bridge.

  • No more blonde Tiger

    Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed has an eventful career so far and so it seems only fitting that he attempted to add a little colour

  • Pakistan scent victory

    Pakistan pressed West Indies hard for a series-clinching win in the second Test after setting a daunting 456-run target on the

  • Babu's pitch-perfect tune

    There were three great actors in the classic Test that ended in Chittagong's Zahur Ahmed Stadium yesterday -- winners

  • Mosaddek, Shuvashis in; Shafiul out

    The Bangladesh team management included young batsman Mosaddek Hossain Saikat and pacer Shuvashis Roy while leaving out pacer Shafiul Islam in the 15-member squad for the Dhaka Test which was announced today.

  • Pakistan stretch lead in second Test

    Pakistan stretch their lead over West Indies to 455 runs at lunch on the fourth day of the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Monday.

  • World reacts to thrilling Test between Tigers and Eng

    Reactions from the cricketing fraternity as England beat Bangladesh by 22 runs to win the first Test at Chittagong.

  • I thought like a bumblebee: Cook

    England skipper Alastair Cook has said that he was ‘fairly confident’ of winning the first Test against Bangladesh despite the tight scenario.

  • Wasn’t possible for Sabbir to score all 33 runs alone

    There was immense drama throughout the Test and it continued right until the final day. The last two wickets were reviewed as well; the first by England, and the second by Bangladesh. It was a sign as to just how crucial a role the Decision Review System played in this Test.

  • Stokes denies Bangladesh a historic win

    England win the first Test against Bangladesh by 22 runs and go one up in the two-match series. The second Test will be played at Dhaka on October 28.

  • First Blonde Tiger

    After the conclusion of the ODI series against England, Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed has had a lot of time to kill. While most


    This Test has been played in stifling heat under bright sunshine, so drinks and hydration were crucial for everyone involved. But

  • 'Bravo! This is amazing'

    Mashrafe Bin Mortaza might be on a holiday at Cox's Bazar, but with Bangladesh's cricketers putting in one of their best Test performances in Chittagong, he barely managed to move away from his television set.

  • 'Delighted we took 20 wickets'

    Can Sabbir Rahman and Taijul Islam get those 33 runs tomorrow morning? That’s the question doing the rounds after the end of the fourth day's play of the first Test between Bangladesh and England. After a topsy-turvy day, both teams still have a shot at winning this Test.

  • 'Among my top five Tests'

    England pacer Stuart Broad has described the ongoing Chittagong Test as one of the most exciting Tests that he has ever played.

  • Bangladesh 253 for 8 at stumps on day-4

    Bangladesh lose their 8th wicket in the 73 over when Stuart Broad sends back Kamrul Islam Rabbi for 0 to put the visitors in a strong position late in the day.

  • That's Shakib: Bangladesh all out for 248

    With a first innings lead in the offing, batsman Shakib Al Hasan plays a shot beyond the pale off the second ball of the day to signal a collapse that results in England taking a 45-run lead.

  • Eng 228 for 8, lead by 273 runs

    Shakib Al Hasan takes the eighth England wicket in their second innings by dismissing Adil Rashid for 9 to leave the visitors 213 for 8 in 68.4 overs at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong.

  • BCCI agrees to trial DRS

    India ended its long-standing opposition Friday to cricket's Decision Review System (DRS), announcing it would be included on a


    Umpire Kumar Dharmasena continued to have a torrid time as the Decision Review System proved him wrong twice yesterday

  • More than a mirage of promise

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz ran in to bowl. It was a match that the Bangladesh U-19s were supposed to win -- the World Cup

  • Making of Mehedi's magnum five-for

    The England left-hander exposed his stumps and Mehedi sniffed a chance -- his off-break got enough grip after hitting the

  • Eng end day one on 258 for 7

    England manage to reach 258 for 7 on the back of fifties from Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow at the end of day one in the first Test against Bangladesh at Chittagong

  • Shakib, Tamim in Peshawar Zalmi

    Bangladesh teammates Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal will play for Peshawar Zalmi in the next edition of Pakistan Super League, the draft for which was held yesterday.

  • CA monitoring England series

    The head of Cricket Australia's (CA) security unit is expected to arrive in Bangladesh in order to expedite the required security

  • Right arm slow?

    Even if Bangladesh are novices in Test cricket, there is one person in the team set-up who is a bonafide all-time great. Through

  • 'Bangladesh are a hugely improved side'

    England will be the favourites but their skipper Alastair Cook is not taking Bangladesh lightly

  • Proud Cook admits to wrench of leaving family

    Alastair Cook admits to questioning how much longer he can extend his record-breaking England career, torn between the pride of playing for his country and the wrench of being parted from his young family.

  • 'Nice to be called captain after a long time'

    Bangladesh Test captain Mushfiqur Rahim is happy to take the reins after a big break ahead of the first Test against England tomorrow