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Shakib requests to play UAE T20x; BCB yet to decide on NOC
The allrounder has requested an NOC from December 23 and January 1 to play in the T20 tournament

Imrul 144 gives Bangladesh emphatic win
His 127-run stand with No. 9 Saifuddin set the tone for a competitive score before their spinners applied the choke

'Used to the unpredictability of Mirpur pitch' - Mashrafe
In the last three years, teams have struggled to push the scoring rate under lights thus making it more favourable for teams batting first

Zimbabwe seek ODI turnaround against depleted Bangladesh
With Bangladesh walking wounded in the absence of two of their seniormost players in Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan, Zimbabwe may sense an opportunity

Soumya Sarkar, pacers crush Zimbabweans
Only Hamilton Masakadza looked in touch with a steady century while the rest of the batting order crumbled

Soumya Sarkar impresses with bat and ball in NCL
A round-up of the best performers and results in the National Cricket League

Soumya, Mominul, Mosaddek still in our World Cup plans - Steve Rhodes
Bangladesh head coach is closely following their performance in domestic competition, and will be present when they face the Zimbabweans in a tour match on Friday

Mohor Sheikh named in BCB XI for warm-up match against Zimbabweans
Sheikh, who is just one first-class match old, made his debut for Rajshahi this season, taking three wickets against Rangpur

'Fazle Mahmud is a complete package' - BCB selector Habibul Bashar
Fazle, who is part of Bangladesh's ODI squad against Zimbabwe, caught Bashar's attention when he struck two fifties in three innings during their A-tour in Ireland in August

Bangladesh pick uncapped Fazle Mahmud; Tamim Iqbal still injured
Mohammad Saifuddin, who last played ODI cricket in January earlier this year, was recalled for the three-ODI series against Zimbabwe

Bangladesh retain core in 15-member squad but leave out Sharmin
Salma Khatun will lead the side that retains its core from triumphs in the qualifiers and the Asia Cup earlier this year

Infection under control but full recovery will take time - Shakib
Shakib will be out of action for at least three months but if the pain subsides he may not need further surgery

Khadija's six-for sets up six-wicket Bangladesh win
It was a comeback of sorts for the home team, which had lost the T20I series 3-0 only two days ago

Seamers help Pakistan women complete T20I whitewash
After 30 all out and 81 for 8, Bangladesh's 77 all out proves too little as they fail to build on gains from historic Asia Cup triumph

Nashra Sandhu and Nida Dar help Pakistan women clinch T20I series
The spin duo shared four wickets to restrict Bangladesh to 88 before Nahida Khan and Javeria Khan steered the visitors home

Bangladesh belittled by CA after Dhaka win
A new book has revealed team performance chief Pat Howard's disparaging comments about the Bangladesh side Australia had lost to in Dhaka last year

Mashrafe, Mushfiqur add to Bangladesh's injury worries
With the ODIs against Zimbabwe beginning later this month, a lot of key Bangladesh players are carrying injuries

Pakistan go 1-0 up as Bangladesh collapse to 30 all out
Anam Amir finished with figures of 3 for 0 as the hosts capitulated to the fourth-lowest total in Women's T20I history

Gayle, Tanvir, Narine among retained players for BPL 2019
The BCB said there was still no decision on the fate of the Chittagong franchise after its current owners reportedly said they cannot "continue in the tournament"

Bangladesh women recall Lata Mondal for Pakistan series
Ritu Moni, Sharmin Akhter, Suraya Azmin and Murshida Khatun also included; no place for Lily Rani Biswas from the team that played the Women's World T20 Qualifier

Infected hand delays Shakib's recovery, ruled out for three months
A long-standing finger injury that wasn't attended to adequately has resulted in an infection that has spread to Shakib Al Hasan's wrist, delaying a surgery by three weeks

Couldn't capitalise when we had it under control - Mashrafe
The Bangladesh captain rued another batting collapse and gave credit to his bowlers for performing well throughout the tournament

Heroic Kedar Jadhav wins India title in last-ball thriller
India looked like they would win easily after they restricted Bangladesh to 222, but Mashrafe Mortaza and his boys made the Asia Cup final go down to the very last ball

Can spirited Bangladesh overcome full-strength India?
How Bangladesh's shaky top order fares against an in-form India attack, and how India fare should their in-form openers fail are questions that could define the final

Mushfiqur lauds Mithun for 'positive' approach under pressure
The Bangladesh batsman said victory eased the hurt of missing out on a century and picked Mashrafe Mortaza's stunning catch to send back Shoaib Malik as a turning point in the match

Injured Shakib Al Hasan flies home after being ruled out of Asia Cup
The finger injury that the allrounder had sustained in January flared up before Bangladesh's knockout clash against Pakistan in the Asia Cup

Mushfiqur Rahim and Mustafizur Rahman lift Bangladesh into Asia Cup final
The keeper-batsman's 99 rescued his side from 12 for 3, and the left-arm quick shut out Pakistan with 4 for 43

Two unpredictable teams gear up for knockout encounter
Pakistan have issues with their bowling, their batting and their fielding to address in a winner-takes-all game against a hungry Bangladesh

Bangladesh, Ireland could feature in next Women's Championship cycle
The ICC is set to discuss the proposal at its board meeting in October

Mustafizur defends seven in last over to knock out Afghanistan
As impressive as Afghanistan had been in the Asia Cup, they are out of the tournament having failed in their first chase, which was their second straight loss in the Super Fours

Do Bangladesh even need selectors?
Chief selectors Minhajul Abedin and Habibul Bashar were not even consulted before Soumya Sarkar and Imrul Kayes were added to Bangladesh's Asia Cup squad as reinforcements

Mashrafe irked by BCB's batting reinforcements
The captain made it clear he wasn't consulted before the BCB flew in two batting reinforcements in Imrul Kayes and Soumya Sarkar

Can Bangladesh pick themselves up against Afghanistan's spinners?
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan have economy rates of less than 3.50 in the Asia Cup so far

Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes added to Bangladesh's Asia Cup squad
Their inclusion means Bangladesh now have 11 frontline batsmen at their disposal for the rest of the Asia Cup

Jadeja and Rohit dismantle Bangladesh
In his first ODI since July 2017, the left-arm spinner shook off the rust and set up India's thumping win with figures of 4 for 29. And then the captain scored a fifty to seal the chase

Can Bangladesh cope with the pressure of back-to-back games?
They will have to contend with travelling to Dubai after playing in Abu Dhabi the previous evening, while India will be upbeat after their resounding win against Pakistan

Rashid Khan's birthday special destroys Bangladesh
On his 20th birthday, the legspinner struck a 32-ball 57 to breathe life into a stuttering Afghanistan innings, and then took two wickets and effected a run out, becoming Afghanistan's leading wicket-taker along the way

Mashrafe joins Sarfraz in slamming Asia Cup scheduling
Confusion reigns due to the BCCI's gaffes in the tournament handbook

Tight schedule could force Afghanistan, Bangladesh to rest players for dead-rubber clash
Bangladesh will have to travel to Dubai after the match to meet India in the Super Four on Friday, while Afghanistan will stay put in Abu Dhabi, where they will meet Pakistan

'Felt very brave' - Tamim on batting with fractured wrist
Exclusive: The Bangladesh batsman on how the plan for him to return to bat in the Asia Cup opener, bandaged hand and all, came about

Heroic Tamim Iqbal returns to bat with one hand after wrist fracture
The Bangladesh opener came out with a special padding on the glove and helped add 32 for the last wicket with Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur stars in 137-run rout of Sri Lanka
The former captain smashed 144, including a last-wicket stand with Tamim Iqbal who came out to bat with a broken hand, to lift Bangladesh to a winning total

Akila, Chandimal absence gives slight edge to Bangladesh
Neither team will settle for anything other than a win, although Sri Lanka will have to make up for missing some key players

Can't keep chopping and changing fast bowlers - Courtney Walsh
Bangladesh's bowling coach wants the team to have faith in their young fast bowlers and give them a run of matches to gain experience and build their skillsets

Klusener replaces Vettori as Rajshahi coach
The South African allrounder was roped in due to the BPL dates clashing with the BBL - where Vettori has a long-term contract with Brisbane Heat

Confusion over Shakib Al Hasan's fitness for the Asia Cup
Bangladesh's captain and coach feel the allrounder is fit enough to play; the player himself said he was only 20-30% fit; and the BCB says it has been put in an 'embarrassing' situation

Bangladesh batsmen replicate last-over scenarios under McKenzie watch
The Bangladesh batting consultant believes their batsmen can't be expected to muscle balls like West Indians, but they can bring their own skills to the fore whenever they have to hit big

Sabbir Rahman faces six-month ban from international cricket
The Bangladesh batsman has been punished for abusing a fan on social media, the third time BCB has pulled him up since 2016

Sabbir Rahman in danger of another lengthy ban
BCB president stresses that repeat offenders will not go unpunished as batsman awaits hearing over social-media fracas

Sabbir dropped from Bangladesh's Asia Cup squad
The batsman faces a disciplinary hearing in Dhaka on Saturday; Shakib Al Hasan included despite finger issue

Robi Axiata pulls out of Bangladesh sponsorship deal
The telecom company's decision to terminate a contract that was due to run until the 2019 World Cup has caught the BCB by surprise

Bangladesh likely to appoint specialist Test batting coach
Neil McKenzie's unavailability for Bangladesh's Test match requirements means the BCB are likely to look for a specialist Test match batting coach

Mominul Haque under consideration for ODI spot
BCB president Nazmul Hassan, who met Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes in Dhaka, said Mominul Haque's 182 against Ireland A may open up an unlikely spot

Ashraful eyes Bangladesh return as ban comes to an end
Mohammad Ashraful believes he can represent Bangladesh again, with his five-year ban set to end later this week

BPL chairman, BCB director Afzalur Rahman dies aged 68
Sinha had been undergoing treatment for liver cancer and kidney disease in Singapore and Thailand previously

T20I win against WI came as a surprise - Steve Rhodes
The Bangladesh coach said the team fancied winning the ODI series but he was more delighted with the effort to bounce back in the T20Is

'Never felt like we were away from home' - Shakib
The captain was proud of the way his squad rallied to end the tour on a high and hoped it would be a spark for more consistent performances away from home

Liton's blitz and Mustafizur's three-for seal Bangladesh's series win
A complete turnaround - of fortune, form and result - was completed when Bangladesh beat West Indies by 19 runs to clinch the T20I series

Shakib's innings changed the momentum - Tamim
Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal thought captain Shakib Al Hasan's 60 off 38 made the difference for his side, helping them to an exciting 12-run win

Spinners help Bangladesh clinch last-over thriller
Shakib and Nazmul finish with 5 for 47 off eight overs as Bangladesh break five-match T20 losing streak to level series

Bangladesh need top-order lift to challenge West Indies
Can Lauderhill's strong expatriate numbers inspire a turnaround for the visiting team?

Russell power hauls West Indies home in shortened chase
Allrounder strikes brutal 21-ball 35 from No. 3 as West Indies chase down revised 91 target in a 11-over chase with 11 balls to spare

Bangladesh to play day-night Tests only after pink-ball domestic games
It will take at least another year for Bangladesh to consider playing day-night Tests. According to BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury, the process will begin at home when they can host day-night first-class matches with some regularity

Confident Bangladesh eye encore in T20Is
After being pummelled in the Tests, Bangladesh turned things around by winning the ODIs, and would hope to carry the same form into the T20Is

India tour headlines New Zealand's packed home summer
Double-header men's and women's T20Is will be the main attraction as New Zealand men are set to play five Tests, 11 ODIs and four T20Is from December to March

Bangladesh still have room for improvement, says Mashrafe Mortaza
While he said the series win was a good sign ahead of the Asia Cup, Bangladesh's ODI captain felt the team had finished '20-25 runs' short in the third ODI in St Kitts

Sylhet set to become Bangladesh's eighth Test venue
The ground will host the first Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe later this year, from November 3 to 7

Mustafizur Rahman picked for West Indies T20Is
The left-arm fast bowler, who was suffering from a toe injury, has featured in each of the three ODIs on tour

Tamim, Mahmudullah set up series win for Bangladesh
Chris Gayle and Rovman Powell went berserk at the start and end of West Indies' chase respectively, but the visitors held on for a 2-1 margin

Social-media fracas brings Sabbir Rahman under BCB scanner
ESPNcricinfo has obtained a screenshot of a message sent to a fan, from what is widely believed to be the batsman's official Facebook account, containing foul language and threat of physical harm

Russell injury hits West Indies ahead of series decider
While the momentum is with the hosts, concerns remain, which could possibly deny them their first bilateral ODI series win in four years

Soumya Sarkar in T20I squad due to management's plea - chief selector
Chief selector Minhajul Abedin says the panel were undecided about picking Soumya, but deferred to the team management's insistence on getting the batsman

Hetmyer, spinners fire West Indies to series-levelling win
With seven to defend, Jason Holder bowled a spectacular final over, conceding just four off it to keep his team alive in the three-match series

West Indies to make first full tour of Bangladesh in six years
Two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is are scheduled in November and December, meaning the tour will take place alongside Bangladesh's general elections

Bangladesh look to seal series in favoured format
Bangladesh have finally managed to challenge the hosts on this tour, and that has set up an interesting contest in Guyana - conditions that should remind the visitors of home

Tamim and Shakib's slow approach was what team wanted - Mashrafe
The Bangladesh captain applauded the duo after the first ODI against West Indies but wants his side to show more consistency

Tamim, Mashrafe break Bangladesh's Caribbean duck
The visitors put behind the horror Test series to begin the limited-overs leg with a resounding win

Series drawn as rain has its way in Sylhet
The series ended tied at 1-1 after the umpires called off the deciding match at the Sylhet Stadium

Bangladesh boosted by Mashrafe's presence against imperious West Indies
Andre Russell also returns for West Indies, and is expected to make his first ODI appearance since 2015

Bangladesh senior players reluctant to play Tests - BCB president
Even though Nazmul Hassan, the board chief, didn't explain why exactly the players felt so, he said it was linked to the worldwide trend of declining interest in Test cricket shown by other boards, broadcasters and players

Neil McKenzie named Bangladesh batting consultant
Former South Africa batsmen has been given the role till the 2019 World Cup

Perera ton helps Sri Lanka A level series
The visitors clinched the second one-dayer by 67 runs on the back of the allrounder's maiden List A hundred, levelling the three-match series 1-1

Mortaza to fly to West Indies for ODIs
The Bangladesh ODI captain was thought to be an unlikely starter for the series owing to the poor health of his wife

We couldn't cash in on the easy periods - Tamim
Bangladesh's batsmen have only themselves to blame for their wretched performance in the two Tests against West Indies, according to Tamim Iqbal

Holder's six-for seals 2-0 sweep
Jason Holder completed Bangladesh's devastation with career-best match figures of 11 for 103, as West Indies cantered to their first series win at home since 2014

Holder takes five as hapless Bangladesh crumble again
Jason Holder's second five-wicket haul in three Tests consigned Bangladesh to another embarrassing meltdown

Bangladesh, Ireland secure Women's World T20 berths
Bangladesh will aim to build on their Asia Cup success as they square off against Ireland in Saturday's final

Brathwaite, Hetmyer put West Indies in command
Riding on Kraigg Brathwaite's second successive century, West Indies went to stumps at 295 for 4, having accumulated runs at 4.85 per over in the post-tea session

Ryan Cook named Bangladesh fielding consultant
Appointed until the 2019 World Cup, he will join the team during the second Test against West Indies in Jamaica on Friday

Bangladesh look to regroup after Antigua disaster
A win for West Indies will give them their first Test series win at home since 2014

Mashrafe Mortaza likely to miss Bangladesh's ODI series in the West Indies
He is likely to remain at home to tend to his wife's illness, which means Shakib Al Hasan will take over captaincy duties

'No excuses, only lessons from Antigua' - Tamim Iqbal
Senior batsman wants team to draw inspiration from Nurul Hasan's performance in first Test

Gabriel packs off Bangladesh inside three days
Nurul Hasan top scores for visitors with entertaining 64; Bangladesh eventually lose 20 wickets in just 59 overs

Bangladesh collapse again after Brathwaite's ton
The visitors slid to 50 for 6 after the West Indies opener's 121 secured a 363-run first-innings lead on a 14-wicket day

Bangladesh crash to their lowest total after Roach's five
The quick took 5 for 8 to raze Bangladesh for 43 and set West Indies up for a 158-run lead at stumps on day one

Trial by pace for shaky travellers Bangladesh
West Indies' quicks will pose a stiff challenge for the visitors, who will be looking to leave a difficult 12 months behind

Liton, Mosaddek recalled for West Indies ODIs
Bangladesh also added four new faces - Nazmul Hossain Shanto, Nazmul Islam, Abu Hider and Abu Jayed - to their one-day squad for the three-match series

ICC to limit players to three T20 leagues a year?
The ICC's Full Members are on the verge of clamping down on player participation in domestic T20 leagues, and may well also stop sanctioning such leagues in Associate countries

Isobel Joyce clinches final-ball thriller to deny Bangladesh clean sweep
Ireland broke their sixteen-game rut in limited-overs cricket, spanning nearly two years, with a six-wicket win over Bangladesh in their last match ahead of the Women's World T20 Qualifier

Alam, Shamima wrap up T20I series for Bangladesh women
The seamer took 2 for 15 while the opener made a career-best 51 to guide the nervy visitors to a T20I series win in Malahide








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