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  • Clarke, Amla might feature for World XI, says PCB chairman

    Former Australia captain Michael Clarke and Proteas batting superstar Hashim Amla are among the names who could feature in a World XI side set to visit Pakistan in September, PCB chairman says.

  • South Africa face Pakistan

    South Africa takes on Pakistan in today’s Champions Trophy game as favourites. South Africa are the highest ranked team in the Champions Trophy while Pakistan lie at the eighth, lowest among the teams in the tournament.

  • Amla, AB among marquee locals

    Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers are among the top marquee local players announced by Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday for their new T20 league that is set to take place later this year.

  • Sri Lanka eager to hit back after Test whitewash

    Sri Lanka are eager to regain some pride after a dismal Test series when they start the limited-overs section of their tour with the first of three Twenty20 internationals on Friday.

  • Amla, Bravo in record fifth wicket stand

    South Africa's Hashim Amla and Dwayne Bravo of the West Indies set a new world record for a fifth-wicket stand in Twenty 20 cricket of 150 in the Caribbean Premier League on Friday.

  • Warner ton sets up Australia win

    David Warner hits his maiden ODI century outside Australia to set up a 36-run tri-series win over South Africa

  • Bowlers lift South Africa to top spot

    Paceman Kagiso Rabada leads a brilliant South Africa bowling display to lift the Proteas to a 47-run win over Australia in the triangular one-day international series.

  • Narine sinks Proteas

    Sunil Narine snares career-best figures of six for 27 on his return to West Indies colours as the hosts defeat South Africa by four wickets in the opening match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International series at the Guyana National Stadium on Friday.

  • Tahir says Ramadan won't put him in a spin

    When Ramadan starts, Imran Tahir will begin juggling the demands of observing his Muslim faith and playing a full day of international cricket for a team sponsored by a beer company.

  • ‘England need to look hard at DRS’

    Stuart Broad, the England pacer, said his team still needed to improve their use of the television decision review system (DRS).

  • Proteas seek revival in AB's 100th Test

    AB de Villiers makes his 100th Test appearance on Thursday hoping to inspire his South African team-mates to a series-leveling victory over India in the second Test in Bangalore.

  • BD win

    Mashrafe Mortaza - Humble in victory, gracious in defeat

    In every victory, Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza was undeniably humble, and always held his cap, or took it off when he shook the hands of the defeated captain.

  • India look to shrug off inconsistent run

    A competitive curtain raiser set the tone for what should continue to be a fiercely contested series, and if the next fixture plays out like the first one, fans are in for an amazing show in Cuttack.

  • Tigers impress in rain-affected SA Test series

    The spirited performance from Bangladesh bowlers sends the right signals in an otherwise disappointing Test series against the top-ranked team in the world.

  • Tigers confident of upset win against Proteas

    Bangladesh are confident of pulling off an upset victory against world number one South Africa in the deciding Test starting on July 30 at Mirpur.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Mustafizur makes his mark again

    Bangladesh’s newest bowling sensation Mustafizur Rahman turns the first day of the first Test against South Africa on its head with an incredible performance on debut.

  • South Africa aim to extend Test supremacy

    South Africa have a new captain, new openers, a new wicketkeeper and have rotated through four different spinners but they have enjoyed success in the midst of all that.

  • Tigers end day 1 on top

    Bangladesh end a fantastic day 1 at 7 for no loss after Mustafizur takes four wickets on debut while Jubair chips in with three to book South Africa for only 248 runs in the 1st Test at Chittagong.

  • Mohammad Shahid

    Bangladesh seek to improve dire record

    Bangladesh will rely on the experience of Mushfiqur, Tamim and Shakib and hope they combine effectively with the youth of Mominul and Soumya to counter a dangerous Proteas bowling attack.

  • Bangladesh players

    Hold the line Tigers

    Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza and his troops must defy tall odds, and defeat South Africa in the third and final ODI at Chittagong for a rare shot at cricketing glory .

  • 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.

  • Mahmudullah

    Mahmudullah finds form again

    Mahmudullah returns back to form in the 2nd ODI against South Africa playing a good hand in the record 135-run stand with Soumya Sarkar for the third wicket.

  • Nasir Hossain

    Bowlers make Tigers more dangerous

    Bangladesh cricket team continues to make headlines this year in ODI cricket with nine wins in fourteen matches, and gives ample reason why the 50-over format is their undeniable forte.

  • Soumya Sarkar

    Tigers thump Proteas by 7 wickets

    Bangladesh leveled the series in the most spectacular fashion when they trounced South Africa by seven wickets in the 2nd ODI at Mirpur today.

  • Proteas

    Clinical South Africa look to close out series

    Bangladesh's troubles seem more tactical in nature, although captain Mashrafe Mortaza has said that their strategy of using eight batsmen was a confidence issue.

  • Bangladesh cricketers

    Self-belief of Bangladesh is the key

    A fast-improving Bangladesh are confident of upsetting another of world cricket's powerhouses on home turf when they take on South Africa in a three-match ODI series starting on Friday.