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  • Fizz to fly for Sussex tomorrow

    Mustafizur Rahman, Bangladesh’s 20-year-old pace bowling sensation who took the world by storm with his spectacular debut for his country will fly for United Kingdom tomorrow to play for Sussex County Cricket Club.

  • ‘If it keeps going like this, players are going to break down’

    Australia coach Darren Lehmann has urged cricket's governing body to help reduce the workload on players competing in all three forms of the game as he fears the current packed schedule is unsustainable.

  • ‘Have improved as a batsman’

    Dinesh Karthik has been out of the Indian side for about two years now, but the wicketkeeper batsman is not losing sleep over it.

  • One-month recovery for Fizz

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman will take around one month to recover from the hamstring and ankle injuries which he sustained during his Indian Premier League (IPL) campaign with the Sunrisers Hyderabad.

  • Mustafizur's recovery expected to take a month

    Bangladesh's strength and conditioning coach Mario Villavarayan says that it will take Mustafizur Rahman one month to recover from the hamstring and ankle injuries he picked up during IPL 2016.

  • At least 2-week wait for Sussex

    Fizz returns to his workplace at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur with a broad smile that hinted that the time spent at his beloved Tetulia home wiped away the mental fatigue he had been suffering from his maiden IPL stint.

  • Fizz in Dhaka to undergo rehab

    Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman returns to Dhaka from his hometown Satkhira to attend a rehabilitation programme at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

  • Keep your bowling secrets unexposed

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday suggests that cricketer Mustafizur Rahman should take required precautions to stretch his career.

  • No fuss with Fizz, please

    With a flower crown on his head, Mustafizur Rahman was flashing his trademark boyish smile to every flash of camera from a

  • Mustafizur's weight loss worries BCB

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is mulling over providing Mustafizur Rahman, who left for Satkhira last night, with a long leave in order to help him recover from home sickness.