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  • Pietersen played his last?

    Kevin Pietersen dropped a strong hint that he has retired after the polarising former England star decided not to join Quetta Gladiators in

  • Rabada's appeal hearing set for March 19

    Suspended Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada will have his appeal hearing with the ICC on Monday, March 19.

  • Narine's action reported again

    West Indian spinner Sunil Narine faced a new storm on Thursday when his bowling action was again reported during the ongoing

  • No room for error when bowling to AB: Starc

    Mitchell Starc admits there is no room for error when bowling to South Africa's AB de Villiers but the Australia fast bowler is confident

  • Zim crush Ireland, go top of table

    Tendai Chisoro and Graeme Cremer took three wickets each as Zimbabwe secured a resounding 107-run victory over Ireland on Friday

  • Riyad takes Tigers into final with last-over heroics

    Mahmudullah Riyad's penultimate-ball six seals a thrilling win over Sri Lanka and ensures Bangladesh's passage to Sunday's Nidahas Trophy final against India

  • SL fight back to post 159

    Thisara Perera and Kusal Perera stage a stirring recovery to help Sri Lanka post 159 for six in their Nidahas Trophy match against Bangladesh

  • Sheikh Jamal down Kalabagan by 73 runs

    Shiekh Jamal Dhanmondi defeat Kalabagan Krira Chakra by 73 runs in the Dhaka Premier League match at Fatullah.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib-led Tigers bowl first

    Bangladesh win the toss and elect to field first with Shakib Al Hasan as captain.

  • Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium

    ICC upholds Mirpur pitch's below average rating

    ICC maintains its sanctions on the Mirpur wicket which was used during the second Test between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

  • Nepal cricket team

    Nepal captain delights in 'massive' ODI status

    Nepal skipper Paras Khadka hails his "amazing" team after they secured one-day international status for the first time with a six-wicket victory over Papua New Guinea in Harare.

  • Rabada to play third Test?

    Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada's appeal against his two-Test suspension has given South African cricket fans a smidgen of hope.

  • Eng to tour SL for first time in 6 years

    England will tour Sri Lanka for the first time in over six years to play three Tests, five one-day internationals and a one-off Twenty20 match, organisers said Thursday.

  • Afghans shock WI, keep hopes alive

    Afghanistan entered the Super Sixes stage of the Cricket World Cup Qualifier knowing they needed to win their next three matches to stand any chance of progressing to the main event next summer.

  • Kusal Mendis fit to play

    Top-order bat Kusal Mendis has been declared fit for Friday's Sri Lanka's last group game against Bangladesh in the Nidahas Trophy tri-nation series.

  • Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka in Nidahas Trophy Match 6

    'Nagin will turn against you'

    Bangladesh's record chase of 215 against Sri Lanka on Saturday has had a huge impact on the home fans and today's virtual Nidahas Trophy semifinal between the sides has emerged more than just a fight for a spot in Sunday's final against India.

  • It's challenging to bowl in Powerplay: Sundar

    Washington Sundar has been phenomenal in the powerplay during the ongoing Nidahas Trophy tri-series and the young off-spinner said he is fortunate to have the skill set to bowl during this crucial period of the game.

  • Everyone needs to do their bit: Walsh

    Soon after yesterday's pre-match press conference ahead of today's Nidahas Trophy encounter against hosts Sri Lanka, this reporter asked Bangladesh's interim head coach Courtney Walsh how he felt about Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan stating that the board do not expect batting plans from the legendary former fast bowler.

  • Shakib Al Hasan in Nidahas T20i Trophy

    Advantage or desperation?

    The morning of the do-or-die Nidahas Trophy game against Sri Lanka finds the Bangladesh team bolstered by the presence that they

  • England downplay Stokes injury as Black Caps Test looms

    England have played down injury concerns surrounding Ben Stokes ahead of the first Test against New Zealand, saying he should be fit to play.

  • Rabada appeals two-Test ban, Philander blasts Smith

    Star South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has appealed a ban that ruled him out of the remaining two Tests of a series against Australia, the International Cricket Council (ICC) says.

  • All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib to join squad for Nidahas Trophy

    In an interesting turn of events, Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has been added to the squad for the ongoing Nidahas Trophy 2018 tournament and BCB says that he will join the team in Colombo today.

  • We were one family in 1996: Tillakaratne

    Former Sri Lanka Test captain Hashan Tillakaratne talks about the 1996 World Cup win, Sri Lanka’s and Bangladesh’s growth and his continuing desire to coach Bangladesh in an exclusive interview with The Daily Star

  • Arafat's record eight crushes Abahani

    Yeasin Arafat created a Dhaka Premier League record by claiming eight wickets in a devastating spell as holders Gazi Group thrashed leaders Abahani by eight wickets in what was a crunch game for them to avoid falling into the dreaded relegation zone.

  • Bowlers waste the advantage

    Bangladesh's bowlers managed to execute their plans initially but were unable to keep the momentum till the end after skipper

  • Mahmudullah rues costly lapses

    Despite making a good start with the ball giving away 49 runs in the Powerplay, Bangladesh failed to sustain the pressure towards the

  • Santner out of England series

    In-form all-rounder Mitchell Santner will miss the upcoming Test series with England to undergo knee surgery, New Zealand Cricket said Wednesday.

  • Rabada appeals against ICC ban

    Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada has appealed the ICC suspension that will see him miss the rest of the Australian series.

  • Bangladesh vs India

    Sharma, Sundar take India into T20 tri-series final

    Skipper Rohit Sharma and off-spinner Washington Sundar help India enter the Twenty20 tri-series final with a 17-run win over Bangladesh in Colombo.

  • Yeasin Arafat

    Yeasin bags eight wickets to demolish Abahani

    Yeasin Arafat’s eight-wicket haul sees Gazi Group overpower league leaders Abahani Limited by eight wickets in the Dhaka Premier League.