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  • ‘IPL has made Mustafizur more aware’

    The Bangladesh coach, currently on vacation in Australia, speaks in detail about the plans that the board has for Mustafizur Rahman and the preparations for the India series in August.

  • BCB to extend Hathurusingha's contract

    Bangladesh Cricket Board is willing to extend coach Chandika Hathurusingha's contract which ends in May this year, said BCB President Nazmul Hassan Papon.

  • Strong alone, stronger together

    With Mustafizur not fully fit, Taskin and Sunny under the scanner for their bowling action, Shakib and Mushfiq woefully out of form, Soumya not firing on all cylinders and unreasonably poor ground fielding, Tigers face an uphill task in their must-win qualifying match against Ireland today at Dharamsala’s HPCA stadium under the lights.

  • Bangladesh cricketers

    T20 skills in focus at Bangladesh's base camp

    At practice on Monday, Chandika Hathurusingha conducts a long session that was all about specific skills for the T20 games in Tigers’ 2016 itinerary.

  • 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.

  • Tigers show fight in drawn Test

    The 1st Test match between Bangladesh and South Africa ends in a draw after rain washed out the last two days of the game at Chittagong Stadium.

  • Tigers can take 20 wickets: Coach

    Ahead of the 1st Test against South Africa, Bangladesh coach Hathurusingha says his bowlers are capable of bowling out any opponent.

  • BD win

    Bangladesh eye third straight ODI series win

    Two one-sided matches, with the teams batting first folding for identical scores and losing by big margins, have given the third ODI at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium the status of a final.

  • Bangladesh face toughest test at end of long season

    Bangladesh and South Africa with little in common are meeting at crossroads, one side coming to an end of a successful period, the other beginning a long journey.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Making the most of now

    Facing the monumental task of beating the Proteas at home, Bangladesh can least afford to look back at history and be distracted from the job at hand.

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