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  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib found guilty of breaching BCB Code of Conduct

    Dhaka Dynamites captain Shakib Al Hasan has been found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during his team’s BPL 2016 Qualifier 1 match against Khulna Titans at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur on December 6. 2016.

  • Darren Sammy

    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.

  • Comilla hold Rangpur in place

    Having lost to Comilla Victorians, Rangpur Riders will have to wait for the fate of the evening match between Dhaka Dynamites and Khulna Titans to know whether they have qualified for the Bangladesh Premierl League playoffs.

  • Comilla keep playoff hopes alive

    Comilla Victorians keep their playoff hopes alive with a five-wicket win over Khulna Titans

  • ERRATUM

    In Wednesday's lead story titled 'Al Amin courts trouble again,' it was mistakenly written that Shohag Gazi was one of the two bowlers who had been flagged for a suspect action during the on-going Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

  • Dhaka defeat Rangpur by 42 runs

    Table toppers Dhaka Dynamites consolidate their position after giving Rangpur Riders a 42-run thumping in the 34th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur stadium.

  • 'To win three with them is a miracle'

    The turn of events for the Barisal Bulls in the Bangladesh Premier League this season has been unfortunate.

  • Sabbir's double offence

    Rangpur Riders players Mohammad Shahzad and Liam Dawson, and Rajshahi Kings batsman Sabbir Rahman have all been found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during the teams' Bangladesh Premier League match in Mirpur on Monday.

  • Shahzad, Sabbir found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct

    Rangpur Riders’ Mohammad Shahzad and Liam Dawson and Rajshahi Kings’ Sabbir Rahman have been found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during their BPL 2016 match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur on Monday (28 November 2016).

  • Imrul, Shehzad take Comilla home

    93-run opening stand between Imrul Kayes and Ahmed Shehzad enabled Comilla Victorians to chase down Barisal’s 142 and win the 32nd match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 by eight wickets at Mirpur stadium today.

  • 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.

  • Dynamites thrash struggling Victorians

    Reigning champions Comilla Victorians continued their sloppy run in this season of the Bangladesh Premier League as they suffered a 32-run defeat against the Dhaka Dynamites in Mirpur today.

  • Sammy blitz trumps Mithun's brilliance

    Rajshahi Kings' third victory kept their playoff hopes alive as skipper Darren Sammy's late-over blitz and disciplined bowling gave them a 12-run victory over league leaders Rangpur Riders

  • Rangpur leapfrog Khulna

    Mohammad Mithun hit an unbeaten 49 as Rangpur Riders cantered to a seven-wicket win against Khulna Titans in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match in Chittagong 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.

  • 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.

  • A gamble that paid off

    It took Mahmudullah Riyad just one over to change the game. He scalped three wickets in over number 20 and defied Rajshahi

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