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  • Shakib still number 1, Tigers safe at 7

    Bangladesh continues its recent fine run of form in ODI cricket with an inaugural home series victory over South Africa on July 15 to make it four successive home series wins.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • BD win

    All-round outstanding Tigers

    July 12, 2015 will be etched in Bangladesh’s cricket history as the day when Tigers outplayed South Africa in all departments to win the 2nd ODI at Mirpur by seven wickets.

  • Bangladesh players

    Fight like cornered Tigers

    Bangladesh cricket team faces an uphill battle today to comeback in the 3-match ODI series against South Africa after the visitors cruised to victory in the opening game on July 10.

  • South African players

    Jaded Tigers, efficient Proteas

    All in all, Bangladeshi cricketers need to pull up their socks and execute their plans effectively if they are to win against a confident Proteas team.

  • 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.

  • South Africa cricketer

    South Africa beat Bangladesh by 31 runs

    South Africa win the second T20I by 31 runs and take the series 2-0 against Bangladesh.

  • Bangladesh batsmen during practice.

    Bangladesh batters please stand up

    Leaving all the ego-issues aside, Tamim and co should learn from South Africa’s T20I captain Faf du Plessis on how to construct an innings on a slow wicket with unpredictable bounce.

  • JP Duminy

    It all began with Mushfiq’s wicket

    The batting collapse initiated with Mushfiqur’s wicket saw Sabbir Rahman, Nasir Hossain and Shakib Al Hasan return to the pavilion in quick succession.