• 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.

  • L'pool stroll

    Daniel Sturridge scores twice as Liverpool strolled into the League Cup third round with a 5-0 win at Burton Albion, while Chelsea edge third-tier Bristol Rovers 3-2.

  • Pakistan post fighting 260

    Pakistan captain Azhar Ali leads from the front with 82 before England fight back to hold the tourists to 260 for six in the first one-day international at Southampton.

  • 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.

  • Mighty Mo seals distance double

    Britain's Mo Farah completes a historic Olympic distance double double with victory in the 5,000m as American runner Matt Centrowitz scores an upset win to claim gold in the 1,500m.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Cricket: ECB security delegation arrives

    England and Wales Cricket Board's (ECB's) security delegation arrived today at Bangladesh to hold a string of meetings with local security agencies.

  • Cricket: Garner opposes two-tier Test policy

    Former West Indies fast bowler Joel Garner questions the ulterior motive of the proposed two-tier system in Tests by cricket’s global governing body the International Cricket Council.

  • James Anderson

    Anticipation high for England

    The Tigers are going through gruelling training sessions and eager to return to Test cricket.

  • Cricket: Misbah keen to leave Pakistan legacy

    Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq vows to leave a Test legacy after a series-levelling win against England at The Oval.

  • ECB security delegation to meet Bangladesh home minister

    The ECB's security delegation, which is expected to arrive in Dhaka on Wednesday, will have meetings with local security agencies, the UK and Australian high commissions and Bangladesh's home minister Asaduzzaman Khan.

  • Misbah bats for Bangladesh

    Pakistan skipper Misbahul Haq is the latest voice to speak out in support of England touring Bangladesh.

  • Cricket: Cook laments familiar failings

    England captain Alastair Cook says his side has still to conquer some longstanding problems after Pakistan derail their quest to become the world's number one Test side.

  • Cricket: Eng still to decide on Bangladesh tour

    England will not make a decision on whether to go ahead with a tour of Bangladesh later this year until a security probe of the country has been completed, assistant coach Paul Farbrace says.

  • Younis, Shafiq punish Eng

    Asad Shafiq and Younis Khan both score hundreds as Pakistan build a slender first-innings lead on the second day of the fourth Test against England.

  • Ali ton gives Eng edge

    Moeen Ali makes Pakistan pay for their latest fielding lapses with a century that sees England fight back on the first day of the fourth Test at The Oval on Thursday.

  • Pakistan ponder line-up for England finale

    Pakistan head into their series finale against England at The Oval wondering if an extra bowler can help them square the four-match series at 2-2.

  • Tigers can give Poms ‘a good run’

    Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusingha is confident that Tigers can give England ‘a good run’ in the upcoming series set to begin in October.

  • Bairstow sets new run record

    Jonny Bairstow becomes the highest-scoring England wicket-keeper in a calendar year of Test cricket during his 83 in the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston.

  • James Anderson

    Halsall hopeful of England's visit

    Bangladesh fielding coach Richard Halsall, who returned to Dhaka from England on Friday says that he is hopeful of the England tour taking place this September.

  • England fight back

    England captain Alastair Cook and Alex Hales's first century stand as an opening pair leave the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston intriguingly poised come the close of Friday's third day.