• Sammy takes Rajshahi to Qualifier 2

    Rajshahi Kings captain Darren Sammy struck an unbeaten fifty when his side was in trouble to beat Chittagong Vikings by three wickets in the eliminator match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur today.

  • And then there were four

    42 matches and one month later the Bangladesh Premier League's fourth season has finally come to its final leg.

  • Dhaka keep Barisal down to 132

    Penetrative and purposeful bowling from Dhaka Dynamites allowed them to restrict Barisal Bulls to 132 for 6 after 20 overs in the 29th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur Stadium today.

  • Rajshahi topple the might of Dhaka

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz hit the penultimate ball of the match for a four down to the backward point boundary as Rajshahi Kings pulled off a thrilling three-wicket win over Dhaka Dynamites in the 21st match of Bangladesh Premier League at Chittagong today.

  • Karwanbazar up to fifth

    Karwanbazar Pragati Sangsad notched up a 1-0 win over Chittagong Mohammedan SC in the Marcel Bangladesh Championship

  • Dhaka solidify pole position with 19-run win

    Dhaka Dynamites maintain their position at the top of the Bangladesh Premier League table by defeating Chittagong Vikings by 19 runs.

  • Barisal canter to victory

    A superb captain’s knock from Tamim Iqbal propels Chittagong Vikings to 163 for 3 after 20 overs against Barisal Bulls in the 12th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur Stadium.

  • Rishabh, Jingyi claim singles titles

    Rishabh Sharda of India clinched the boys' singles title of the Walton 30th Bangladesh ITF Junior Tennis Championship beating

  • Waiting for Mehedi

    As wickets tumbled one after the other towards the end of yesterday's afternoon Bangladesh Premier League game, many expected Rajshahi Kings to send in Mehedi Hasan Miraz, as they were running out of batters.

  • Shakib sees sunny side of rain break

    Brilliant sunshine bathed the city yesterday to signal the return of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) festivities, with the tournament set to kick off in earnest today as per a fresh schedule after rain spoiled the previously scheduled kick-off.

  • Rain-marred BPL set for restart

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday confirmed that all the matches of the Bangladesh Premier League would in fact be replayed by announcing the new itinerary of the competition.

  • Revised itinerary released for BPL

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced the new itinerary for the fourth edition of Bangladesh Premier League today. The tournament will now commence from November 8, 2016.

  • Daily Star storm into the semis

    The Daily Star took another step forward in their quest to bring home the Summit-DRU Media Cup Cricket trophy when they annihilated Channel 24 by five wickets in the quarter-final clash at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium today.

  • England tour a positive omen

    Revered daily The Guardian has lauded the success of the security operation in Bangladesh for England's visit and concluded

  • Seminal triumph bears valuable lessons

    Is it the right time to look at the bigger picture, beyond Bangladesh's historic 108-run victory in the second Test against England in Mirpur on Sunday?

  • Tigers' win has to be the best possible news for Test cricket

    England's defeat by Bangladesh has come as a shock to the system for cricket.

  • Mehedi returns to Dhaka

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz, the young boy who became the toast of a nation with his 12 wickets in the first Test victory over England returned to Dhaka from Khulna early today.

  • Action shifts to thrill-a-minute cricket

    With the historic England tour done with, focus now shifts to the shortest format of cricket with the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) starting on November 4. Over the next two days The Daily Star Sports will be reviewing the seven participating teams.

  • FIFA delegate due today

    A FIFA delegation will come to Dhaka today to have a look at tailor-made projects prepared by Bangladesh Football Federation under the FIFA Forward Programme which a football development programme approved in the FIFA congress in May.

  • New day, renewed determination

    “Dosto (friend), I have to run… I will talk to you later; will give you a call… please pray for me.”

  • Stokes fined 15 per cent of match fee

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes was fined 15 per cent of his match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the second

  • Hope we play more series against big teams: Mushfiqur

    Mushfiqur Rahim was lavish in his praise for the 19-year-old spinner, who according to the Bangladesh captain exceeded all expectations. "We always knew he (Mehedi Hasan) is going to shine. We did not think, he will in this series though. He is going to have a great prospect for Bangladesh in future."

  • Sloppy England let Bangladesh slip away

    Careless, callous and clumsy when under the pump…the lackadaisical performance from England allowed Bangladesh to extend their lead and pull away from the visitors in the second and final Test match of the series at Dhaka.

  • Eng relieved as Root returns to field

    England heaved a sigh of relief Sunday as their key batsman Joe Root returned to the field after suffering from an upset stomach during the third day of their second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka.

  • Why Tigers deserve to win 2nd Test versus England?

    Following a close but heart-breaking 22-run loss in the opening Test against visitors England, at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong, hosts Bangladesh are on a mission to take revenge on the touring English team.

  • Root hit by stomach bug!

    Joe Root was quarantined by the team management at the end of the second day of the Dhaka Test after the England batsman complained of a stomach upset which forced him off the field during Bangladesh's second innings on Saturday.

  • Don't want to chase over 250: Woakes

    England pacer Chris Woakes was part of a 99-run ninth-wicket partnership that saved the visitors from conceding a huge lead to Bangladesh and effectively kept them in the game.

  • Bangladesh 128 runs ahead

    Bangladesh are 128 runs ahead of England at the end of a topsy-turvy day two at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

  • Grim morning makes England grimace

    Grim morning would probably be an understatement if you support England, as the visitors lost five wickets in an extended morning session on the second day to stumble at 163 for 8 at lunch, still trailing Bangladesh's first innings total of 220 by 57 runs.

  • England all out for 244, lead by 24 runs

    England were all out for 244 in their first innings for a lead of 24 runs over Bangladesh, bringing up tea on the second day of the second and final test on Saturday.

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