• Herath bowls Sri Lanka to historic victory

    Tonight, Sri Lanka are gonna party like it's 1999. Specifically, like it's September 11, 1999, the only other date on which they have beaten Australia in a Test.

  • Sussex rue the cost of losing Fizz

    Sussex County Cricket Club are counting the cost of losing star strike bowler Mustafizur Rahman of Bangladesh, probably for the season.

  • Aaqib in town for pace camp

    Former Pakistan pace bowler Aaqib Javed arrives in Dhaka to oversee a week-long special fast bowling camp for the national team and pacers under the HP programme.

  • Kiwis stamp their authority

    Tom Latham's century and 91 from Kane Williamson put New Zealand firmly in the driving seat with a 151-run lead over Zimbabwe on the second day of the first Test on Friday.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    BCB to seek 2nd opinion

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman might undergo shoulder surgery either in England or in Australia, a Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) official reveals yesterday.

  • Wagner rocks Zimbabwe

    Left-arm seamer Neil Wagner's raw pace and aggression proves too much for an out-of-touch Zimbabwean batting lineup.

  • 'Want to be good in all 3 formats'

    Soumya Sarkar did not take much time to show his true colours as a top-order batsman upon his arrival in international cricket against Zimbabwe in December 2014.

  • Rabada grabs them all

    Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is named South African Cricketer of the Year Tuesday in Johannesburg and receives five other awards.

  • Murali to be inducted into Hall of Fame

    Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralidaran, along with three others, will be inducted into the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame.

  • Tamim wants honours board at Mirpur

    Tamim Iqbal feels that the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium (SBNCS) in Mirpur, considered to be the home of Bangladesh cricket, needs to have its own board in order to inspire younger cricketers.

  • Injury likely to end Fizz's Sussex season

    Bangladesh's Mustafizur Rahman is unlikely to play any further part for English county team Sussex this season after he was diagnosed with a tear in his shoulder, cricket officials say.

  • Murali to be inducted in ICC Hall of Fame

    Muttiah Muralidaran who was rated the greatest Test match bowler ever by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2002 becomes the first cricketer from Sri Lanka to be inducted in the International Cricket Council’s Hall of Fame.

  • CSA to apply racial quotas

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) will formally introduce racial quotas at national team level, the board says on Tuesday.

  • Ashwin back to number one

    India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin dethrones Pakistan's Yasir Shah to top the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Test rankings after his match-winning display against West Indies.

  • Sri Lanka shot out for 117

    An unbroken stand of 59 between Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja places Australia in command of their opening Test against Sri Lanka.

  • A 'Hero' in Tigers' den

    Bangladeshi cricketer Taskin Ahmed described Hero Alom 'as our favourite hero,' while Mushfiqur Rahim described Alam as the 'one and only hero.'

  • Arafat Sunny

    More bowlers brought in for assessment

    The bowling review committee of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to bring more bowlers with suspect actions under their scanner.

  • Fizz's shoulder a growing concern

    Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman's latest recurrence of his shoulder injury raises an important issue. Has the BCB covered all its bases when managing one of its most prized assets?

  • 'Lodha reforms need to be reviewed'

    Former India skipper Dilip Vengsarkar, who would have to step down as the MCA Vice-President couldn't hold himself back while criticising the new rules.

  • Murali aided Aussies take Sri Lanka Test

    Australia will be looking to local legend and one-time bogeyman Muttiah Muralitharan to inspire them to success on his home patch as the world's number one Test team begin a three-match series in Sri Lanka this week.

  • India hand WI innings defeat

    India captain Virat Kohli acclaim a "complete performance" by his team after they thrash West Indies by an innings and 92 runs inside four days in the first test in Antigua on Sunday.

  • First phase of bowling analysis done

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) complete its first phase of analysing the actions of certain bowlers.

  • Fizz sits out with shoulder niggle

    Those who were looking forward to following Mustafizur Rahman's exploits in his stint with Sussex are left disappointed as the left-hander misses out Royal London One-Day Cup match against Gloucestershire in Cheltenham.

  • Ashwin, Kohli heap tons of misery on WI

    Virat Kohli becomes the first Indian captain to post a Test double century overseas as the tourists play their way into a virtually unbeatable position on the second day of the first Test against West Indies.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Fizz’s Sussex suffer Surrey blow

    Mustafizur Rahman’s Sussex Sharks suffer a potentially crippling blow to their NatWest T20 Blast campaign as they are comfortably defeated by Surrey at the Kia Oval by six wickets.

  • Anderson fitness debate a 'messy affair'

    England captain Alastair Cook says he is surprised by the row over the decision to omit seamer James Anderson for the first-Test defeat by Pakistan.

  • Fizz roars on Sussex debut

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman makes a splash on his Natwest T20 Blast debut for Sussex sharks, bagging the man of the match trophy for his four for 23.

  • Kohli going strong

    Devendra Bishoo snares wickets at both ends of the afternoon session but India progress to 179 for three at tea on the opening day of the first Test against the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.

  • I came here to win: Fizz

    Mustafizur Rahman has finally arrived and Sussex County Cricket Club are brimming with excitement as they have, after a long wait, gotten their hands on one of the hottest bowlers in world cricket.

  • 'England trio's return will have impact'

    Legendary fast-bowler Wasim Akram says that the return of Ben Stokes and James Anderson will prove to be pivotal for the English cricket team when they face Pakistan in the second Test at Old Trafford.

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