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  • Murali, Kohli tons take Ind to 356 for 3

    A professional batting display from India’s top order enabled them to score 356 for 3 in 90 overs against Bangladesh after the first day in the first Test at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad today.

  • Openers give India A solid start

    India A reached 91 for the loss of one wicket at stumps on Day 1 of the two-day practice match against Bangladesh at the Gymkhana Ground in Hyderabad today.

  • Rabbi dreaming of Kohli's weakness

    Pacer Kamrul Islam Rabbi has a very simple method: read batsmen accurately, especially their weaknesses, to earn success in international cricket.

  • Hey, you are playing Test?

    Bangladesh are yet to decide the final eleven for the opening Test against New Zealand that starts in Wellington on Thursday.

  • 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.

  • NZ to keep bowling the short balls against BD

    The Blackcaps bowlers didn't venture too far into their bag of tricks in Christchurch against Bangladesh on Monday. That is because they didn't need to, as they took five of their nine wickets off short deliveries.

  • Yasir

    Pak confident Yasir will be fit

    Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur is confident leg spinner Yasir Shah will be fit to face Australia in this week's day-night opening Test of a three-match series at the Gabba in Brisbane.

  • Vijay, Pujara lead Ind response to big Eng total

    Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara hit unbeaten half-centuries to lead India's strong reply to England's massive first innings total on the third morning of the opening Test on Friday.

  • Waiting for Mehedi

    As wickets tumbled one after the other towards the end of yesterday's afternoon Bangladesh Premier League game, many expected Rajshahi Kings to send in Mehedi Hasan Miraz, as they were running out of batters.

  • Mehedi makes his mark

    Youngster Mehedi Hasan Miraz became the first Bangladeshi player and only the second off-spinner to bag two five-fors in his first two Tests today.

  • 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.

  • Bangladesh

    Series isn’t over yet, we can still do well in Tests

    With the one-day series done, both Bangladesh and England are now preparing for the two-match Test series, which is scheduled to begin at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong from October 20 onwards.

  • Pakistan ponder line-up for England finale

    Pakistan head into their series finale against England at The Oval wondering if an extra bowler can help them square the four-match series at 2-2.

  • Tigers to face England in Champions Trophy opener

    Bangladesh will face hosts England in the ICC Champions Trophy opener on June 1, 2017 at The Oval in the Group A encounter.

  • He batted like a king: Tamim

    Mahmudul Hasan did not make as much impact as expected after his stint as captain of the Bangladesh Under-19 team. But he displayed his quality during his match-winning hundred against Abahani.

  • All-round Mahmudul stuns Abahani

    Prime Bank Cricket Club post 299 for 9 in 50 overs on the back of Nurul Hasan’s 108 and Mehedi Maruf’s 75 after Legends of Rupganj captain Mosharraf Hossain won the toss and elected to field at Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP) No. 3 ground today.

  • Ump Nadir hit on head

    The match between Mohammedan and Kalabagan Cricket Academy at Fatullah yesterday needed the services of the reserve umpire after regular umpire Nadir Shah was injured in an on-field incident.

  • DPL's exciting run continues

    The Dhaka Premier League continues its exciting run as the fifth round began with a couple of upsets and some noteworthy individual performances.

  • The day when Shoaib silenced Kolkata

    Shoaib Akhtar, the Rawalpindi Express silenced Kolkata on February 17, 1999 with two unforgettable deliveries to Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar.

  • WI beat Tigers to reach final

    West Indies advance to the final where they’ll face India on February 14 after they vanquish Bangladesh by three wickets in the semi-final of ICC U19 CWC 2016 at Mirpur stadium.