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  • Play called off for Day-3, BD trail hosts by 182 runs

    Bangladesh trailed Sri Lanka by 182 runs with one wicket remaining in their first innings when the players left the field for tea on day-3 of the first Test at the Galle International Stadium today.

  • Tigers trail Sri Lanka by 361 runs after Day-2

    Bangladesh trail Sri Lanka by 361 runs with 8 wickets remaining in their first innings of the first Test at the Galle International Stadium today.

  • Guptill's blistering century fashions NZ win

    Martin Guptill underlined his importance to the New Zealand one-day side with a blistering match-winning century as he guided his side to a seven-wicket victory over South Africa in their fourth one-day international in Hamilton on Wednesday.

  • Ben Stokes brought down to earth after IPL boon

    Less than a week after earning the most lucrative overseas contract in IPL history, Ben Stokes was brought back down to earth somewhat in the opening match of England's tour of the West Indies over the weekend.

  • India thump Tigresses by nine wickets

    India made short work of Bangladesh’s paltry target of 156 as they romped home in 33.3 overs for the loss of one wicket during the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier, 5th Super match at Nondescripts Cricket Club Ground, Colombo today.

  • Bangladesh 103 for 3 after Day-4

    Bangladesh ended the fourth day at 103 for 3 in 35 overs after an action-packed last session in the Test match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad today.

  • Inaugural inspiration needed

    So, India have hammered 356 runs at a run-rate of 3.95 on the first day of their inaugural home Test against Bangladesh. There was plenty of hitting involved, especially towards the end when Mushfiqur Rahim decided to take the new ball.

  • Boult bowls NZ to Chappell-Hadlee series win over Aus

    Trent Boult grabbed his second five-wicket haul in one-day cricket as New Zealand completed a tense 24-run win over Australia in Hamilton on Sunday to regain the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy by completing a 2-0 series victory.

  • 0 runs in 119 balls

    It is not often you score zero runs, your team loses and you emerge as the star of a cricket game.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • It was a big opportunity lost for BD

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza expressed his disappointment after his team lost the second ODI by 67 runs and the series 2-0 at Saxton Oval, Nelson today.

  • Fizz, Al-Amin in TOI team of the year

    Bangladesh cricketers Mustafizur Rahman, Al-Amin Hossain and Shakib Al Hasan were included in the Times of India T20I team of the year for their outstanding performances in the shorter format of the game.

  • Fizz ICC's emerging player of the year

    Mustafizur Rahman, one of Bangladesh's most famous cricketing exports, has broken new ground for his country by becoming the first player to win an International Cricket Council (ICC) award.

  • Fizz claims ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year award

    Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman has won the ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year award. In the period under consideration, Mustafizur played three ODIs and took eight wickets, while he yielded 19 wickets in 10 T20Is.

  • Brathwaite T20 heroics light up year of batsmen

    The prolific Virat Kohli, Joe Root, Steve Smith and Kane Williamson all enhanced their burgeoning reputations in 2016 but, aided by the screams of commentator Ian Bishop to "remember the name", the year will forever belong to Carlos Brathwaite.

  • Nair hits maiden ton, Ind set for first-innings lead

    India's Karun Nair struck his maiden Test century to keep the hosts on course for a handy first-innings lead against England on day four of the final Test on Monday.

  • Bangladesh reach 230 against Pakistan

    Afif Hossain and Mohammad Rakib took Bangladesh to 230 after 50 overs against Pakistan during the Asian Cricket Council Under-19s Asia Cup, Group B match at Galle International Stadium today.

  • Cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim to miss Ban vs NZ second Test

    'Batting will be key'

    Bangladesh cricket has already entered a new era where the Tigers' main aim is to convert their dreams into reality. They are a team whose name is uttered with a lot of respect nowadays when it comes to limited-overs cricket.

  • Comilla hold Rangpur in place

    Having lost to Comilla Victorians, Rangpur Riders will have to wait for the fate of the evening match between Dhaka Dynamites and Khulna Titans to know whether they have qualified for the Bangladesh Premierl League playoffs.

  • Proteas hero, Aus's villain: Faf du Plessis

    That coach Russell Domingo was forced to field a question about the captaincy of the South Africa team in the wake of the Adelaide day-night Test was Testimony to the impact Faf du Plessis had on the series.

  • Taylor ton guides NZ into series-clinching position

    Ross Taylor ends a poor run of form to score his 16th Test century and bat New Zealand into a potentially series-winning position at the end of the fourth day of the second Test against Pakistan at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

  • Conway to continue upward trend

    Dean Conway, the former England Cricket team physiotherapist, became the Bangladesh cricket team's new physio yesterday after local Bayjedul Islam Khan's successful two-year tenure with the Tigers.

  • Rangpur leapfrog Khulna

    Mohammad Mithun hit an unbeaten 49 as Rangpur Riders cantered to a seven-wicket win against Khulna Titans in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match in Chittagong today.

  • Cook confident of turnaround in Mohali Test

    Skipper Alastair Cook expresses confidence that England can bounce back in the series against India despite the crushing loss in the second Test but says winning the toss would be key.

  • Rajshahi topple the might of Dhaka

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz hit the penultimate ball of the match for a four down to the backward point boundary as Rajshahi Kings pulled off a thrilling three-wicket win over Dhaka Dynamites in the 21st match of Bangladesh Premier League at Chittagong today.

  • Eyesight worry for Ross Taylor

    Senior New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has vision problems and will see an eye specialist before the second Test against Pakistan, coach Mike Hesson confirmed Sunday.

  • Mohammad Nabi muscles Vikings to 190

    Mohammad Nabi hammers his highest T20 knock to muscle Chittagong Vikings to 190 for 5 after 20 overs against Rajshahi Kings led by Darren Sammy in the 16th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016.

  • Record debut as de Grandhomme skittles Pak

    Colin de Grandhomme became New Zealand's most successful debutant bowler Friday, taking six for 41 as Pakistan folded for 133 in their first innings of the first Test.

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    NZ squad still up for discussion?

    Impressed by performances of certain local players in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon has said that one or two additional performers from the BPL may be included in Bangladesh's preparatory squad for the New Zealand series.

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