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  • Tigers’ new-ball blues

    For the Bangladesh team in Birmingham, there is only one game to focus on -- tomorrow’s World Cup match against India. Winning

  • Mahmudullah Riyad back in training before Bangladesh vs India match

    Mahmudullah back to batting

    The injury cloud looming over Mahmudullah Riyad got a bit lighter yesterday during Bangladesh’s first practice session since their 62-run

  • South Africa dent Sri Lanka’s hopes

    Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis powered South Africa to a nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka on Friday, dealing a huge blow to the Asian side’s hopes of reaching the World Cup semifinals.

  • India keep winning

    Skipper Virat Kohli’s gritty half-century and an incisive bowling performance powered India to a comprehensive 125-run win over West Indies yesterday, all but assuring them of a spot in the World Cup semi-finals.

  • ‘Spinners have to control the middle overs’

    Bangladesh have been impressive in the World Cup so far and are still in contention for a semifinal place. However, when a five-day break following a 62-run win over Afghanistan ends, they will be preparing for their toughest challenge.

  • India vs Bangladesh World Cup 2019 Match

    ‘We know where to bowl against India’

    Sunil Joshi is backing Bangladesh’s spin bowlers, led by the in-form Shakib Al Hasan, to hold their own against India when their World Cup campaign continues next week.

  • Bangladesh vs India

    Tigers on 5-day breather before the final push

    Having done the needful in their World Cup campaign so far, the Bangladesh team will now enjoy a five-day break before they attempt to take their World Cup campaign to the next level in the match against India on July 2.

  • Australia demolish England

    Australia captain Aaron Finch hit a hundred before left-arm quicks Jason Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc shared nine wickets as the reigning champions thumped England by 64 runs at Lord’s on Tuesday to book their place in the semi-finals of the World Cup.

  • Shakib bowls Afghans away

    The match took place at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, but the pitch and the crowd were such that Bangladesh’s method during yesterday’s 62-run win against Afghanistan was straight from the Mirpur playbook.

  • Mosaddek seizes while Sabbir can’t

    Just under five months ago, Sabbir Rahman was rushed back early into the Bangladesh squad through board-level tinkering with the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s own six-month disciplinary ban.