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  • David Warner

    ‘Warner is a lot of fun’

    When David Warner arrived for his first press conference ahead of the start of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) -- during an event to announce his captaincy role, the Sylhet Sixers captain was in a cheeky mode as he talked about Waqar Younis’s tardiness and even the Dhaka traffic.

  • Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah Riyad before the toss in Dhaka Dynamites vs Khulna Titans Match

    Shakib’s Dhaka vs Riyad’s Khulna

    The match so far in pictures.

  • Smith and Warner

    When old friends met again

    The fans did not have to wait long today to witness the most eagerly-anticipated meeting between Australian duo Steve Smith and David Warner -- both serving international bans, as they came out to represent their respective teams Comilla Victorians and Sylhet Sixers at the toss today during the second day of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

  • David Warner’s Dismissal

    Batting partner and third umpire contribute in Warner dismissal

    First it was Towhid Hridoy, then the third umpire, who made an incorrect call which led to David Warner’s dismissal.

  • Captain Mushfiqur Rahim commends teammate Robbie Frylinck

    Vikings prevail in slow start

    It was a rather dull start to the sixth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League both on and off the field with no flashy opening

  • AB de Villiers

    ‘If AB gets set, good luck to the bowlers’

    Ravi Bopara wishes luck to the rest of the bowlers in BPL upon De Villiers’s imminent arrival.

  • Mohammad Ashraful

    Ashraful back where it started

    With a majority of the franchises already having picked players outside the draft and retained a few from the previous season, the players' draft of the sixth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League at a Dhaka hotel yesterday lost some of its charm.

  • BPL 2019

    BPL set to be deferred

    The sixth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) will very likely be deferred to early 2019 because it is likely to clash with the general elections,

  • BPL 2019

    BPL set to be deferred to 2019

    The sixth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) will very likely be deferred to early 2019 because it will probably clash with the general elections tentatively set to be held in December 2018

  • BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon

    Four foreigners per side in BPL 2018

    The next edition of the Bangladesh Premier League will allow four foreign players in the playing eleven per match as opposed to the five that participated in the 2017 edition of the T20 league.

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