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  • Upbeat Tigers hope rain stays away

    As it stands at the moment, Bangladesh will go through to the Super 10s of the ICC World Twenty20 by virtue of a better net run-rate if their final qualifying game against Oman at Dharamsala is a washout today. And if we go by the weather forecast, there is a strong possibility of that after two abandoned games on Friday due to heavy rain.

  • Tamim bats his way to the top

    Bangladesh’s dashing opening batsman Tamim Iqbal takes his name...

  • Wounded Tigers take on Ireland

    An injury-plagued Bangladesh, confronted with the stigma of suspect bowling actions, will go into their second ICC World T20 qualifier against Ireland at Dharamsala Cricket Stadium today. The match will start at 8 pm BST.

  • Tamim keeps Tigers alive

    Bangladesh launched their ICC World T20 campaign on the right track but not before a few goose-bumps against the spirited Netherlands, who almost ran down the Tigers' competitive 153 before falling eight runs short in their opening ICC World T20 qualifier at Dharamsala yesterday.

  • Nation turns green on social media

    Scores of users on social media platforms are expressing their solidarity with Bangladesh national cricket team, in hope of achieving a historic victory against India at the Asia Cup final.

  • Asia Cup: BAN, PAK seek to clear path to final

    Both Bangladesh and Pakistan will look for a win against each other to clear their path to the finals of Asia Cup 2016.

  • Tigers tame the Lions

    The roaring fans saw their beloved Tigers create another bit of history in their favourite den last night. Sabbir Rahman's career best and well-composed 80-run knock was ably aided by intelligent bowling to secure a maiden T20 win against Sri Lanka and kept the home team's hopes of playing the Asia Cup final alive.

  • Tigers take on Lanka today

    Bangladesh, with one win from two Asia Cup T20 games, will take on Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur at 7:30pm today. Sri Lanka

  • Plenty to gain

    When Bangladesh takes on UAE in their second Asia Cup T20 match this evening at Mirpur, nothing but a comprehensive win would be expected from the Tigers. The question is whether Bangladesh are clear favourites against the ICC Associate Member country in the T20 format. The defeat against India in the opener is not the reason behind that question; it is not as if all is lost following the 45-run loss.

  • Rohit punishes Tigers

    A sublime innings by a fortunate Rohit Sharma condemned Bangladesh to a 45-run loss in the Asia Cup T20 in Mirpur last night. It might have been different as the normally T20-reticent Tigers sprang off the blocks with their pacers, who responded brilliantly on a green pitch at Mirpur in the opener to