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  • Smith, Warner in Aus T20 squad for SL, Pakistan series

    Australia on Tuesday named Steve Smith and David Warner in their Twenty20 squad for home series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan as selectors firm up plans for next year's World Cup on home soil.

  • Pakistan beat New Zealand by two runs

    Left-arm pace bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi defended 17 runs in the last over as Pakistan defeated New Zealand by two runs in a thrilling finish to the first Twenty20 international in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.

  • Pakistan thrash Australia in first T20I

    Babar Azam hit 68 and Imad Wasim marked his return with three wickets to guide Pakistan to a resounding 66-run win over Australia in the opening Twenty20 International at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Wednesday.

  • SL to hold T20I tri-series involving Bangladesh, India

    SLC release confirms that Sri Lanka will host Bangladesh and India for a T20I tri-nation series in March.

  • SA beat England by three runs

    South Africa beat England by just three runs to win the second Twenty20 international at Taunton on Friday and level the three-match series at 1-1.

  • Tigers depart for Sri Lanka

    Bangladesh national cricket team left Dhaka for their month long tour of Sri Lanka today.

  • 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.

  • Finch to captain Twenty20 team against Sri Lanka

    Opening batsman Aaron Finch will lead the Australian Twenty20 team in the upcoming series against Sri Lanka with captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner resting ahead of the tour of India.

  • Morgan calls for DRS in T20s after Root howler

    Eoin Morgan has called for cricket's Decision Review System (DRS) to be used in Twenty20 internationals after a final over umpiring error cost England victory in the second match of their series against India.

  • Mathews powers SL

    Injured captain Angelo Mathews hit two sixes in the last over to hand Sri Lanka a series-levelling three-wicket win in the second Twenty20I against South Africa on Sunday.

  • Miller fireworks lead Proteas to victory

    David Miller smashed a quick-fire 40 as a new-look South Africa defeated Sri Lanka by 19 runs in the rain-shortened first Twenty20 International on Friday.

  • Bairstow replaces injured Hales

    Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow will replace the injured Alex Hales in England's squad for three-match Twenty20 series against India, the country's cricket board said on Saturday.

  • Hales out of India tour

    England opener Alex Hales was Friday ruled out of the rest of the India tour after breaking his hand in the second one-day international in Cuttack.

  • 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.

  • Williamson wary of threat posed by Tigers

    New Zealand's players, in individual terms, would be smart not to simply write Bangladesh off as no-hope lightweights. Banana skins abound. They are not without talent and they are learning.

  • BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon

    'Fizz wanted to return'

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman wanted to return home in the middle of the New Zealand series, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon told reporters during a press conference yesterday.

  • Shakib best all-rounder again

    Shakib Al Hasan rose to become the best all-rounder in the One Day Internationals and was adjudged the second-best all-rounder in Tests and T20Is in the International Cricket Council's (ICC's) latest rankings.

  • Mashrafe fractures his thumb

    Bangladesh limited overs captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has fractured his right thumb during the third and final T20 international against New Zealand at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.

  • BD lose by 27 runs, series 3-0

    Shell-shocked Bangladesh slumped to a 27-run defeat in the third T20I of the series against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui today.

  • NZ sweep T20I series

    Bangladesh lost the 3-match T20I series against New Zealand 3-0 after they went down by 27 runs in the third match at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.

  • Time to stop the rot

    It is a dead rubber in the context of the T20I series but for Bangladesh the third game at the Bay Oval against New Zealand today is one last opportunity for them to come out of that defeatist cycle going into a more demanding assignment -- the two-Test series.

  • BD go down by 47 runs

    Bangladesh lost the 3-match T20I series against New Zealand when they went down by 47 runs in the second game at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.

  • Tigers decide to bowl

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza won the toss and decided to bowl in their second T20 international at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.

  • Worker replaces NZ's broken Broom

    In-form batsman Neil Broom was Thursday forced out of the remaining two Twenty20 matches against Bangladesh with a broken finger and replaced by George Worker, New Zealand Cricket said.

  • Who is this Kane 'Willamson'?

    This Willamson guy is only Kane Williamson, captain of the New Zealand cricket team. He joins the list of famous players who have had their names misspelled on their own jerseys.

  • Williamson takes Blackcaps home

    New Zealand beat Bangladesh by six wickets thanks to an unbeaten 73 from skipper Kane Williamson in the first T20I of the series at Napier today.

  • Tigers post 140-8

    Mahmudullah struck a fluent 52 as Bangladesh recovered from a shaky start to post a fighting 140-8 in their opening T20 game against New Zealand at the Maclean Park today.

  • 180-plus a must: Shakib

    Bangladesh's premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan did not speak to the press since his arrival in New Zealand. His bat also did not talk

  • Soumya set to return for first T20I

    After being dropped in the last two one-day internationals at Nelson, left-handed batsman Soumya Sarkar is likely to return in the first T20I against New Zealand at Mclean Park in Napier tomorrow.

  • Our chance for redemption, says Shakib

    Shakib Al Hasan believes that Bangladesh still have the chance of redemption of some sort going into the T20 part of their long series in New Zealand.