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  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Tigers let down by dropped catches

    Bangladesh’s fielders were unable to hold onto a number of catches which went on to hurt the Tigers and more importantly, it had a negative impact on Shakib. Bangladesh’s fielders remained below par yesterday but the good news is that it was a dead rubber fixture seeing as the Tigers’ had

  • Bangladesh vs Ireland Match

    Tigers register comfortable victory

    Bangladesh romp to victory with a six-wicket win over Ireland at the Castle Avenue in Dublin today. The Tigers will play in the final of the tri-series against West Indies on May 17 but their celebrations might be hampered after Shakib Al Hasan reitred hurt with a side strain during Bangladesh's chase.

  • Liton das

    Tinker-time for BCB think-tank

    Bangladesh, who are firmly on top of the points table with ten, are expected to make a few changes and experiment with different tactics in the dead rubber against Ireland, keeping the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup in the United Kingdom in mind. Having secured their place in the ODI tri-series final

  • A chance to rest for Mashrafe

    Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has enjoyed a good ODI tri-series in Ireland so far, making his mark in both the side’s victories with six wickets. His leadership has seen Bangladesh notch two comfortable wins over West Indies and secure their place in the series final. However, the Tigers’ captain

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

    Buoyed Tigers take on Ireland

    Although Bangladesh started their Ireland tour with a thumping 88-run defeat in the practice match against Ireland Wolves, the Tigers will be oozing with confidence when they take on the hosts at the Clontarf Cricket Ground in Dublin today following their commanding eight-wicket victory against West Indies on Tuesday.

  • Bangladesh win by 8 wickets

    An all-round performance from Bangladesh enables them to overwhelm Ireland by eight wickets with 137 balls remaining in the fourth match of the Tri-Nation Series at Dublin (Malahide).

  • Tamim shines in washout

    Bangladesh's abandoned ICC World Twenty20 qualifier against Ireland at Dharamsala last night will be remembered for one fine knock