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  • Imrul Kayes

    Imrul helps Chattogram extend lead

    Chattogram Challengers moved a step closer to confirming their play-off spot in the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BBPL) with a convincing six-wicket victory against Dhaka Platoon at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur yesterday.

  • Opener Imrul Kayes

    Imrul revels in crisis

    Known as the comeback man of Bangladesh cricket, opener Imrul Kayes delivered his best when it mattered.

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    Imrul rises to the call

    When Imrul Kayes was sleeping in Khulna just two days ago, perhaps even he did not dream that he would be the one to steady the ship alongside Mahmudullah Riyad on his comeback to the national team with Bangladesh reeling at 87 for five against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup.

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    Kayes, Liton strike tons in BCL

    Imrul Kayes and Liton Das strike tons in their respective matches for South Zone and East Zone in Bangladesh Cricket League.

  • Anamul Haque

    Opening slot a concern for the Tigers before final

    Inclusion of Imrul Kayes to the Tigers' squad ahead of the crucial final against Sri Lanka raises questions about Anamul Haque's fate.


    Imrul makes a return to Tigers’ squad for SL final

    Left-handed batsman Imrul Kayes makes a return to the Tigers’ squad ahead of the final against Sri Lanka on January 27.

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    Imrul likey to be out of Tigers’ series opener against Zim

    Report suggests that Bangladesh’s Imrul Kayes will sit out the first match of the tri-nation series against Zimbabwe to be played on Monday.

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    ‘Mashrafe bhai motivates while Shakib shares experience’

    Imrul Kayes talks about how Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and Shakib Al Hasan help the team.

  • Imrul Kayes

    ‘Difficult to adjust’

    Bangladesh cricketer Imrul Kayes suggests that it’s difficult to adjust to batting at number three after having batted as an opener for most of his career.

  • Uncertainty is always uncomfortable: Imrul

    Who wants to live under a cloud of uncertainty? The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), cricketers and fans are in an uncomfortable

  • Imrul in focus as 5th round begins

    The focus will be on Imrul Kayes when the fifth round of the Bangladesh Cricket League begins today in Chittagong and Sylhet.

  • Kayes doubtful for SL

    Imrul Kayes's position in Bangladesh's Test team for the Sri Lanka series, which is expected to be announced tomorrow, is in doubt as the Bangladesh Cricket Board's medical team have yet to deem him fit for the tour.

  • Question mark over Fizz

    Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingha said before leaving New Zealand that it would take only 10 minutes to make a squad for the one-off Test against India once he gets the update reports of his three injured players.

  • Fizz and Shanto in, Mominul out

    Mominul Haque, along with Mushfiqur Rahim and Imrul Kayes, has also been ruled out of the second Test in Christchurch against New Zealand, which begins on Friday. In the absence of Mushfiqur, Tamim Iqbal will lead the side and Shakib Al Hasan has been named his deputy.

  • NZ, BD defend bouncers despite danger

    New Zealand and Bangladesh Monday defended the short ball as a legitimate weapon following the bouncer-laden first Test which saw Mushfiqur Rahim rushed to hospital after being hit on the head.

  • Imrul stretchered off

    Bangladesh opener Imrul Kayes had to be stretchered off the field in the 13th over during the second innings of the first Test against New Zealand at Wellington today.

  • Tigers wayward after Imrul injury

    Opener Imrul Kayes was stretchered off the ground with pain after scoring 24 in an opening stand of 46 with Tamim Iqbal and his departure sparked a Bangladesh second innings collapse in the final session on the fourth day of the opening Test against New Zealand at Basin Reserve today.

  • BD suffer a 67-run humiliation at Nelson

    Bangladesh lost the best chance to beat the Blackcaps in their own backyard and the 3-match series 2-0 when they crumbled to a 67-run defeat at Saxton Oval, Nelson today.

  • I will stay the same: Mehedi

    As the Tigers start going back home, teenage cricketing hero Mehedi Hasan Miraz visits his friends, including the recovering Mustafizur Rahman, in Mirpur and talks about his future hopes.

  • Can the newcomers save Bangladesh?

    The fact that the Bangladesh selectors have included four uncapped players in their Test squad for the England series has received plenty of attention the past week.

  • Cool England clinch series

    A disciplined batting performance from England leads them to a four-wicket win over Bangladesh that gives them the ODI series 2-1

  • Imrul Kayes

    England pip BCB XI by 4 wickets

    England defeat BCB XI by four wickets with 23 balls remaining in the warm-up match against BCB XI today at Khan Shaheb Osman Ali stadium, Fatullah.

  • Bangladesh

    When Tamim and Imrul proved a point at Lord’s

    Here are five epic opening partnerships in Test cricket where the protagonists defied tall odds, fought tooth and nail to bring out their team from a precarious position.

  • Zim win on Madziva heroics

    Zimbabwe pulled off an unlikely 3-wicket victory when Neville Madziba smashed 18 runs in the last over bowled by Nasir to level the two-match T20I series against Bangladesh at Mirpur today.

  • Zimbabwe Bangla-washed again

    Bangladesh won the 3rd match of the series against Zimbabwe by 61 runs to complete a remarkable 2015 in ODI cricket.

  • Rangpur target more success

    Take a look at the various teams in the National Cricket League 2015-16 vying for the top prize in Bangladesh cricket’s domestic competition.

  • South Africa in control after day 1

    South Africa call all the shots in day 1 of the 2nd Test against Bangladesh at Mirpur stadium with the hosts struggling at 246 for 8 in 88.1 overs

  • 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.

  • Tamim chips in with maiden fifty

    Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh scores his first fifty against South Africa during the second day of the 1st Test at Chittagong stadium.

  • Tamim, Mahmudullah lift Tigers

    Play called off for day 2 after 65 overs due to rain. Bangladesh 179 for 4, trail South Africa by 69 runs in the first innings of the 1st Test match at Chittagong stadium.