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  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

    PM to visit Kolkata tomorrow to watch Bangladesh-India match

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be a special guest as India take on Bangladesh in the historic pink-ball Test match that begins in Kolkata tomorrow.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to likely visit Bangladesh vs India Test Match

    Modi invites Hasina to watch Test match Nov 22

    Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit UAE to attend the Dubai Air Show from November 16 to 19.

  • Bangladesh players celebrate after the wicket of Indian batsman Shikhar Dhawan

    Tigers miss chance at history

    “If we could have won the game and the series, I would have felt much better,” young Bangladesh opener Mohammad Naim thus rued the Tigers’ missed opportunity of making history in India on Sunday night.

  • Tigers in Rajkot with threat of cyclone

    Rains triggered by an impending cyclone emanating the Arabian Sea could play spoilsport during the second T20I match between Bangladesh and India in the central Gujarat city of Rajkot on Thursday.

  • Tigers register their first ever T20I win against India

    Bangladesh register their first ever T20I win against India at the Arun Jaitely Stadium in New Delhi today. The Tigers won by seven wickets with three balls remaining.

  • Bangladesh vs India 1st T20I Match today

    Tigers set to battle smog and India in first T20I

    Bangladesh will have to battle both India and the suffocating New Delhi smog when they take on the hosts in the first game of the three-match T20I series at the Arun Jaitley Stadium today. The match is scheduled to begin at 7:00pm local time (7:30pm BST).

  • Mahmudullah Riyad speaks to the media before leaving

    Will try my best as captain: Riyad

    Bangladesh T20 squad for the India tour, led by Mahmudullah Riyad, departed for India today from the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka. The team was scheduled to board the flight at 3:00pm.

  • A new level and a just result

    To say it was the morning after a night of shattered dreams would be too dramatic. After exactly a month of chasing a target that seemed to move farther away with each strained step, Bangladesh’s semifinal hopes came to an end in a 28-run defeat to India in their

  • Mohammad Saifuddin

    All’s well that ends well: Saifuddin

    All-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin could have been a hero during Bangladesh’s 28-run defeat against India at Edgbaston on Tuesday had he not been stranded at the non-striker’s end when Jasprit Bumrah bowled the No. 10 and No. 11 batsmen.

  • Tigers’ dream over

    After keeping hopes alive for much of their World Cup campaign and for 98 overs of yesterday’s match against India in Birmingham, two searing yorkers from Jasprit Bumrah sealed Bangladesh’s elimination from the semifinal race of the 2019 World Cup.

  • Fearless Tigers can unsettle mighty India

    Some might argue against it, but it was the Tigers who provided the impetus in this World Cup with their fearless batting. South Africa came into this tournament as one of the fevourites but were effectively derailed by the Tigers. Tigers can unsettle mighty India too with their skill...

  • Bangladesh’s star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan was beaming in training yesterday

    Tigers face steep odds in do-or-die match

    At the end of the eight hours starting from 3:30pm today, a nation of cricket lovers will either rejoice or despair. Bangladesh will take on India in their penultimate World Cup group-stage game in Edgbaston needing a win against the form team of the competition to stay alive in the race for the semifinals.

  • Mahmudullah Riyad practice in Edgbaston ahead Bangladesh vs India match

    Recovery on course

    Bangladesh batsman Mahmudullah Riyad’s recovery from a calf muscle tear seemed to be on course as the right-hander batted for a prolonged period at the outer nets of Edgbaston, the venue for today’s all-important World Cup match against India.

  • Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza practice at Edgbaston ahead Bangladesh vs India Match

    Mashrafe sees the funny side

    England’s win over India made matters harder for Bangladesh to qualify for the 2019 World Cup semifinals. Bangladesh will now have to beat India today in Edgbaston and Pakistan at Lord’s on June 5 while also hoping that England lose to New Zealand on June 3.

  • Edgbaston Cricket Ground

    Lop-sided challenge for Tigers

    Challenge for Bangladesh in the ongoing World Cup has been to adjust not just to the different pitches across the United Kingdom, but also ground dimensions. Bangladesh will have to make another adjustment to boundary sizes when they face off against India in a must-win encounter at Edgbaston today.

  • Tigers back to business

    The Bangladesh team got back to business with their first practice session after a five-day break at the practice ground in Edgbaston yesterday, with one eye on the India-England game taking place a stone’s throw away at the main venue.

  • Bangladeshi bowler Mohammad Saifuddin

    Saifuddin misses the bus

    The Bangladesh team bus departed the Hyatt Regency and headed towards Edgbaston at around 12:10pm yesterday, where the team

  • Tigers’ new-ball blues

    For the Bangladesh team in Birmingham, there is only one game to focus on -- tomorrow’s World Cup match against India. Winning

  • Mahmudullah Riyad back in training before Bangladesh vs India match

    Mahmudullah back to batting

    The injury cloud looming over Mahmudullah Riyad got a bit lighter yesterday during Bangladesh’s first practice session since their 62-run

  • Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza

    Busy days for Mash ahead of Indian challenge

    The Hyatt Regency in Birmingham became a busier hotel over the last two days.

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and MS Dhoni Shares a light moment ahead Bangladesh vs India match

    Tigers’ white whale

    Bangladesh have worse results against other teams. They won only one of 21 matches against Australia and against Pakistan, they have won just five of 36. However, India remain the White Whale for the Tigers, not just because of a 5-29 win-loss ratio, but because in recent times India

  • Bangladesh Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza in Snodonia

    Getaway, but no escape

    Ahead Bangladesh vs India match Mashrafe Mortaza and his family opted for a day and a half of quiet repose in the rural comforts of the Welsh region of Snowdonia. Mashrafe reached the small town of Snowdon, a town in Gwynnedd county, built around Wales’s highest mountain bearing the same name.

  • Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza in Birmingham

    Lull period for Tigers in Birmingham

    With their World Cup campaign poised on a knife’s edge, an extended break from all things cricket could not have come at a more opportune time for Bangladesh. With their next match against frontrunners India to take place in Birmingham on July 2, Bangladesh do not have much to do

  • Bangladesh vs India

    Tigers on 5-day breather before the final push

    Having done the needful in their World Cup campaign so far, the Bangladesh team will now enjoy a five-day break before they attempt to take their World Cup campaign to the next level in the match against India on July 2.

  • Aupee Karim

    Stars hopeful about Bangladesh’s match today

    Afsana Mimi has high hopes for the match today. “The tigers have played remarkably well in the World Cup so far, and I feel that under the dynamic leadership of our captain Mashrafe, good things are coming our way today,” she says.

  • Bangladesh-India Tour

    Bangladesh set to tour India

    Bangladesh are set to visit India in November later this year to participate in three T20Is and two Tests against the hosts.

  • Bangladesh vs India Warm-up Match in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    Lessons from the warm-up

    A win or loss in a practice match is not as important as taking on board what it says about the team in its current state. Therefore, it is

  • Liton Das

    Liton first among equals

    Liton Das has been one of the more maligned junior national cricketers in Bangladesh, because the perception is that he was wasting his considerable talent with the bat.

  • Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan

    Who will answer for Shakib?

    Bangladesh Test and T20I captain Shakib Al Hasan is currently lying with his left arm in a sling in Apollo Hospital. By the time he had come back from the Asia Cup in the UAE on Wednesday, unable to even grip a bat after batting and bowling in four games, his left little finger had swollen to twice its size.

  • Bangladesh vs India live score update

    Tigers fall agonisingly short

    The target was just 223 for the vaunted Indian batting that has struck fear in the hearts of bowling line-ups the world over, but that it took them till the last ball of the 50th over to complete a three-wicket win in the Asia Cup final spoke volumes of the heart Bangladesh have shown throughout the tournament.