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  • 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.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim-Imrul Kayes

    Beating India is not impossible: Mushfiqur

    Before the start of the tournament Bangladesh players had been saying that their target was to win the Asia Cup with captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza getting the players and telling them during session that the team was not going to the UAE just to make up the numbers.

  • shakib al hasan injury

    A needless crisis

    An already unlucky Asia Cup went from bad to worse for Bangladesh as before the most important match, yesterday's virtual semifinal against Pakistan, trump card Shakib Al Hasan was ruled out of the tournament.

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza disappointed

    'I see no reason to be on the back foot’

    The 136-run loss against Afghanistan may have been in an inconsequential match in the context of the Asia Cup as – rightly or wrongly – the Asian Cricket Council had already decided the group placements beforehand, but the manner of Thursday’s defeat should be concerning for Bangladesh nonetheless because it exposed a lack of depth in the reserves.

  • India vs Bangladesh Final in Nidahas Trophy 2018

    India wary of feisty Bangladesh

    India's wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik Saturday said Bangladesh are always a tricky opposition and that his team would bring

  • Mahmudullah Riyad celebrates the wicket in Nidahas Trophy 2018

    Fifth time lucky for Tigers?

    The Bangladesh cricket team seemed to have come full circle with their latest defeat against Sri Lanka in the tri-series final in Dhaka in

  • Team Tigers against Sri Lanka in Nidahas Tr-Nation Series 2018

    Final hurdle, toughest too

    The stat of not winning a single game against India in their seven T20I meetings so far, including the two defeats in the Nidahas Trophy, may not hang as heavy on the shoulders of Bangladesh players after their scintillating and morale-boosting two-wicket victory over Sri Lanka on Friday as the Tigers take on India in the final at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo today.

  • 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.

  • It is something beyond the control of the players: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza talks about staying relaxed ahead of the big clash against India in the semifinals of the Champions Trophy.

  • Bangladesh break into Asia's top rivalries

    Bangladesh battle India in the Champions Trophy semi-final and it will be the consecration of a new Asian cricket rivalry.

  • Bangladesh 84 all out, India win by 240

    Bangladesh all out for 84 runs against India in the ICC Champions Trophy warm-up match at Kennington Oval, London.

  • Kohli has 'no regrets' over Aus bust-up

    Indian skipper Virat Kohli said on Wednesday he had no regrets over a war of words with his Australian counterpart Steve Smith as the two sides prepare to resume their bitter battle for Test supremacy.

  • Tigers expect batting upsurge

    Mathematically Bangladesh are still in the running for a place in the last four of the ICC World T20 despite two consecutive defeats against Pakistan and Australia. But the reality before today's clash against India at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore is that they will fight for a lost cause in the context of the tournament, but for a very important cause as far as their own pride is concerned.

  • Streak keen on developing winning culture

    Bangladesh A coach Heath Streak has termed the five-match tour of India as an 'important step' ahead of the two-match Test series at home against Australia, starting October 9.

  • Bangladeshi fans in the gallery show a placard after controversial decisions ruined the second quarterfinal between Bangladesh and India at Melbourne Cricket Ground yesterday. Photo: Collected

    ICC backs umpires in Tigers’ match

    The International Cricket Council today backed one of its umpires’ decisions that led to widespread controversy during the quarterfinal match between Bangladesh and India.

  • Umpires spoil Tigers' hope for semis

    Several umpiring decisions during the Bangladesh-India second quarter-final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 leave cricket supporters all over the world shocked. Bangladesh authorities say they would appeal against the 'controversial' decisions