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  • NZ players slam late change

    Black Caps all-rounder Jimmy Neesham had to console a shattered batting partner Martin Guptill after they lost an epic Cricket World Cup final to England on a boundary countback.

  • Squad to be named after 2nd round

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) are not hurrying into the decision of naming the squad for the upcoming tour of India, starting from November 3.

  • Back to basics

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal has been going through a rough patch since the start of the World Cup in England and after a self-imposed break, the left-hander returned to action in the just concluded first round of the National Cricket League (NCL).

  • “We don’t yet possess ability to pick up 20 Indian wickets’

    To win a Test match, a team needs to pick up 20 opposition wickets. Bangladesh’s form in the longer format in questionable and India are on the other end of that spectrum, having hammered South Africa in the first two matches of the ongoing series at home.

  • Neesham mocks belated Super Over rule change

    New Zealand’s Jimmy Neesham was left unimpressed after ICC decided to change the Super Over regulations, bringing an end to the boundary countback method used during the final of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

  • Aussie skipper Paine backs Smith's return to captaincy

    Australian captain Tim Paine has addressed speculation over whether Steve Smith will again lead the team once a ban ends in March, saying he would be fully supportive if it happens "one day".

  • Phil Simmons coach-interview

    Simmons reappointed West Indies coach three years after being axed

    Phil Simmons has returned to take charge of the West Indies three years after being dismissed in controversial circumstances, Cricket West Indies announced on Monday.

  • Women’s A team lose India series

    The Bangladesh women’s A team lost the final game of their three-match T20 series to their Indian counterparts by 30 runs and lost the series 1-0 after both of the previous games were washed out at the Sheikh Kamal International Stadium in Cox’s Bazar.

  • ICC reinstates Zimababwe

    Zimbabwe was readmitted as an International Cricket Council (ICC) member by cricket chiefs on Monday after a three-month suspension over political interference.

  • Indian Former Captain Sourav Ganguly become new BCCI President

    Ganguly braced for ‘great responsibility’

    Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is poised to take over as the president of the country’s cricket board as nominations closed Monday for elections to the sport’s wealthiest and most powerful body.

  • Super Over rule altered

    After four days of meetings over various issues the International Cricket Council (ICC) took the decision to change the rules for the Super Over -- which came into question following the World Cup final between England and New Zealand -- while also readmitting Zimbabwe and Nepal as members and increasing the prize pool in women’s events.

  • Zimbabwe readmitted as ICC member

    Cricket chiefs readmit Zimbabwe as an International Cricket Council member on Monday following a three-month suspension over political interference.

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    Zimbabwe readmitted as ICC member

    Zimbabwe are readmitted as an International Cricket Council member by cricket chiefs after a three-month suspension over political interference.

  • Build on the World Cup legacy: Archer

    English cricket authorities must make the most of the thrilling World Cup triumph in July to encourage youngsters to take up the sport over the long term, according to England pace bowling star Jofra Archer.

  • BD Women’s A lose T20 series

    Bangladesh Women’s A team suffer a 30-run defeat at the hands of their Indian counterparts in their last match of the three-match T20 series at the Sheikh Kamal International Stadium in Coxs Bazar today. The defeat means that Bangladesh lose the T20 series 1-0 after the first two matches of the series were abandoned due to rain.

  • PCB disappointed at SLC chief’s comments

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) were left disappointed after Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) chief Shammi Silva remarked that his team felt suffocated by the strict security arrangements provided by PCB during their recently concluded tour of Pakistan.

  • Ganguly wants to shake up BCCI’s image

    Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who is poised to take over as the president of the country's cricket board as nominations close Monday for elections to the game's wealthiest and most powerful body, said that he wanted to shake-up BCCI’s image.

  • Marsh injures bowling hand after punching wall

    Australian Mitch Marsh was nervously waiting Monday to see how badly he has hurt his bowling hand after punching a dressing room wall in frustration during a weekend Sheffield Shield game.

  • Ganguly set to be BCCI president

    Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is all set to be the new Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, according to reports in Indian media.

  • Shakib’s Tridents lift CPL title

    Barbados Tridents won their second Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title as Guyana Amazon Warriors’ perfect season unraveled at the worst possible moment on Saturday.

  • India seal series with record win

    Umesh Yadav led an inspired bowling display as India thrashed South Africa by an innings and 137 runs in the second Test to clinch a record 11th-straight series triumph at home on Sunday.

  • Barishal see off the competition

    Among the four National Cricket League first round games, only Barishal managed to clinch a win while all the others ended in draws. Barishal beat Sylhet by an innings and 13 runs but the level of competition in the country’s premier first-class competition was outstanding.

  • Winning end to U-19s’ dominant tour

    Bangladesh Under-19s signed off their New Zealand tour on a near perfect note as they wrapped up the five-match one-day series 4-1 with a comfortable 73-run win over their New Zealand counterparts in the final game at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln yesterday.

  • Ruthless India thump S Africa to clinch series

    India maintained their formidable home record by crushing South Africa by an innings and 137 runs in the second test at Pune to clinch the three-test series with a match to spare on Sunday.

  • U-19s seal series 4-1

    Bangladesh under-19s wrapped up the five-match Youth one-day series 4-1 with a 73-run win in the fifth match at Bert Sutfcliffe Oval in Lincoln today.

  • Shakib's Tridents lift CPL title

    Barbados Tridents won their second Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title as Guyana Amazon Warriors’ perfect season unraveled at the worst possible moment.

  • Flower, ECB part ways

    Former England coach Andy Flower has ended his 12-year stay with the England and Wales Cricket Board.

  • India tighten grip on second Test

    India bowled out South Africa for 275 despite a battling half-century by ailing tailender Keshav Maharaj in the second Test yesterday.

  • Bangla Tigers unveil logo

    Abu Dhabi T10 franchise Bangla Tigers unveiled their logo during a ceremony in Chattogram on Saturday.

  • Saif ton clinches series win for Bangladesh A

    Bangladesh A rode on Saif Hassan’s blazing century to clinch the three-match one-day series against Sri Lanka 2-1, beating the hosts by 98 runs in D/L method in the third and final match at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo today.

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