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  • Bangladesh vs South Africa Match at The Oval

    ‘Can’t spell Bangladesh without a bang’

    When Mahmudullah hit a crisply timed six off Kagiso Rabada in the last over, a Bangladesh fan in the stands could be overheard telling someone wearing the South African colours: “You can’t spell Bangladesh without a bang.”

  • Bangladesh vs South Africa Match Highlights

    Bangladesh vs South Africa Highlights

    330 for six is Bangladesh’s highest ever total in the World Cup. Their previous highest score in the mega event was the 322 they scored against Scotland in 2015 at the Saxton Oval in Nelson. It was also Bangladesh’s highest ever total against South Africa in the fifty-over format

  • Tigers training at The Oval

    ‘The Oval should be good for us’

    “I think we will be playing on the wicket that was played on yesterday [Thursday], which should be very good for us,” Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh said in a press conference during the team’s practice session at the venue yesterday ahead Bangladesh vs South Africa match. “At The Oval

  • Tigresses beaten in final ICC Women’s World T20 match

    Tigresses beaten in final Women’s World T20 match

    Bangladesh women’s team’s batting once again fell short of what was required as the batters could not stretch the score past 80 for the fourth time in the tournament after bowlers had done a good job of restricting South Africa to 109 in their final outing in the ICC Women’s World T20 tournament.

  • Bangladesh 141 all out, SA win by 83 runs

    South Africa win by 83 runs after bowling out Bangladesh for 141 runs in the second T20 at Potchefstroom.

  • Faf du Plessis

    Du Plessis sidelined for Bangladesh T20s

    Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis is sidelined for the two-match T20 series against Bangladesh after he sustained a lower back sprain.

  • Tigers concede 369

    A toothless bowling display from the Tigers concede allow South Africa to score 369 runs from 50 overs in the third ODI at East London.

  • Tigers fail to learn

    The first day of the second Test against South Africa made for some grim watching, not just for Bangladeshis but also for the South

  • Tigers against the odds

    Odds will be stacked firmly and formidably against Bangladesh when they take on South Africa at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein

  • Tigers go down without a fight

    The cricket from each side was pretty consistent over the four days and 83 minutes of the first Test between South Africa and

  • Time to dig deep in tough Test

    Among all the teams in Test cricket today, the home and away contrast in ability and expectation is possibly sharpest in Bangladesh's

  • Security concerns: SA women postpone Bangladesh tour

    South Africa women's tour of Bangladesh, which was scheduled for later this month, has been postponed due to security concerns.

  • Bangladesh was a 'really tough journey' - Chris Morris

    South African cricketer Chris Morris says at a bowling camp in Johannesburg that Bangladesh tour was a really tough journey. .

  • Greater freedom has helped batsmen: Kayes

    Bangladesh opener Imrul Kayes has said the greater freedom given by coach Chandika Hathurusingha has helped the Bangladesh batsmen perform better.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim

    We were ahead of the game: Mushfiqur

    Mushfiqur Rahim says South Africa could have crumbled under the pressure of scoring quickly if play had been possible on the last two days of the Chittagong Test.

  • Spirited Bangladesh take giant strides

    Rain is a regular occurrence in Chittagong, but Bangladesh still have plenty of positives to take away, none more so than proving to be more than a match for South Africa.

  • Another trial by spin to decide series

    Bangladesh hope their bowling attack can once again contain South Africa, and that their batsmen can find the right blend of discipline and aggression.