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The Ireland and Afghanistan domino effect
Both countries being awarded Test status is as much about restrictions lifted as about opportunities gained

Injured Starc out of Bangladesh Tests, O'Keefe dropped
Mitchell Starc will miss Australia's Test tour of Bangladesh in August due to injury, while left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe has been axed despite bowling Australia to victory with a 12-wicket haul against India in Pune earlier this year

Silly shots against Jadhav led to downfall - Shakib
The Bangladesh allrounder blamed overeager shot selection against part-time spin as the reason for his team's defeat in the Champions Trophy semi-finall

Dominant India march into yet another final
The best team at ICC events since 2010 marched into its fourth final in seven tournaments to set up a summit clash against Pakistan, pitting the tournament's best bowling sides against each other

India facing a 'changed Bangladesh'
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has said that wins against top teams over the last couple of years has helped them gain self-respect and play with a lot more freedom

Unfinished business on Bangladesh's minds
Having pushed India hard in the 2015 World Cup quarter-finals and come agonisingly close to a win in the 2016 World T20, can Bangladesh complete the job in their maiden ICC tournament semi-final?

Record-breaking Shakib and Mahmudullah stun New Zealand
Bangladesh scripted a stunning turnaround through centurions Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah, who put on the highest partnership for any wicket in ODIs for their team, in a five-wicket win over New Zealand

'Cannot focus only on Williamson' - Mashrafe
The Bangladesh captain accepted luck played a role in them earning one point against Australia but said that his players were excited at the prospect of having an outside chance of getting a semi-final spot

New Zealand steel themselves for pitch battle against Bangladesh
Eyes have frequently been looking skywards in this tournament. However, there will also be a few glancing downwards to the pitch for a crucial contest

Winner stays in the race, loser goes home
The equation is simple ahead of the New Zealand-Bangladesh game: the winner will remain in contention for a semi-final spot, if England beat Australia or their match is washed out

Tamim hopes form can take Bangladesh forward to knock-outs
Tamim Iqbal is one of the batsmen who has lit up this Champions Trophy so far, but it won't mean much to him unless Bangladesh can scramble their way into the semi-finals

Gazi win maiden DPL title despite losing last game
A round-up of the DPL matches on June 6, 2017 as Gazi Group Cricketers won their first DPL title

Smith says it's win or bust for Australia against England
The scenario for Australia to stay in the tournament beyond the group stage is pretty simple according to captain Steven Smith, with a win needed over England to qualify for the semi-finals

Afif's hat-trick sets up mouthwatering finish to DPL
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on June 5, 2017

So close, but rain denies Australia victory
After being on the fortunate end of a washout in their first group game, Australia were denied victory at The Oval, where it began to rain after 16 overs of the chase

Mashrafe hopes to channel spirit of 2005
Mashrafe Mortaza said Bangladesh would be trying to focus on an improved performance in their second group game, rather than an rare win over Australia

Winless teams in search of crucial points
Australia and Bangladesh will be desperate to get two proper points in the day-night clash on Monday after Australia got one point from their first match and Bangladesh were handed a defeat by England

Doleshwar remain in title contention after big win
Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club kept themselves in contention for the 2017 Dhaka Premier League title with a 97-run win over Mohammedan Sporting Club at the Fatullah Cricket Stadium

Superlative Nasir puts Gazi Group one win away from title
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches that ended on June 2, 2017

Late slowdown cost Bangladesh - Mashrafe
Mashrafe Mortaza admitted Bangladesh had fallen "20-30 runs short" after being beaten by eight wickets at The Oval

Hobbling Root gets England up and running with classy century
An ankle and calf injury set aside, Joe Root put together a masterful unbeaten career-best 133 to power England to an eight-wicket win in their opening Champions Trophy match over Bangladesh

Mashrafe pragmatic about Bangladesh's chances
Bangladesh last played a series in England in 2010, but Mashrafe Mortaza, the captain, is hopeful his side will be able to continue the upward mobility, during the Champions Trophy, that has been the hallmark of his side in the recent past

Blockbusting England must beware complacency
England will open the Champions Trophy looking to make a statement but knowing not to underestimate an improving Bangladesh

Hider, Nasir help Gazi Group draw level with Abahani
Gazi Group Cricketers kept pace with Abahani Limited by levelling with them on 22 points, courtesy a five-wicket win over Prime Bank Cricket Club in Fatullah

India get solid workout in rout of Bangladesh
India's pacers claimed yet another batting line-up after the batsmen laid the foundation for a 240-run victory at The Oval

Abahani another step closer to defending title
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 30, 2017

'We deserve the respect we are getting' - Tamim
Ahead of their first Champions Trophy in 10 years, Bangladesh feel they have finally earned what they have always wanted - respect from their peers

Tanvir Islam's six-for sinks Partex in relegation playoff
The Dhaka Premier League's relegation battle ended early, with Partex and Victoria Sporting Club confirmed to go down

Afghanistan T20 league to feature Babar, Tamim, Akmal brothers
Players from Pakistan, the West Indies, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe were among those who went under the hammer in the highest-profile auction yet for Afghanistan's domestic T20 league, the Shpageeza Cricket League, in Kabul on Thursday

Spinners, Liton take Abahani to first spot
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches that took place on May 27, 2017

'Not too keen about Pakistan tour' - BCB president
The BCB President said that after Pakistan turned down the tour of Bangladesh in July 2017, Bangladesh's High Performance and U-19 teams will not be touring Pakistan later this year

Jayawardene to coach Khulna Titans
Mahela Jayawardene has effectively ended his playing career in Bangladesh after being signed for two seasons as head coach of BPL franchise Khulna Titans

Faheem scorches Pakistan to incredible warm-up win
An outrageous half-century from Faheem Ashraf took Pakistan to a victory that, even by their standards, must rate as one of the most improbable in their history.

Mashrafe dampens expectations but Bangladesh worthy of respect
It says much about Bangladesh's improvement in ODI cricket that, for the first time, they go into a global event trying to play down expectations

Consistent Bangladesh ascend steep rankings slope
For much of the last seven years, Bangladesh were ranked No. 9 in ODIs. But series wins over Pakistan, India and South Africa in 2015 have led to a transformation

Balance key for Bangladesh in Champions Trophy comeback
Having missed the 2009 and 2013 editions of the tournament, Bangladesh enter the 2017 Champions Trophy ranked the no. 6 ODI side in the world, and with a balance of old hands and talented youngsters in the squad

Liton Das' 85 sets up big Abahani win
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches that took place on May 24,2017

Bangladesh wrap up first away win against New Zealand
Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim saw the side home in a chase of 271 that was occasionally tense

Bangladesh still searching for maiden away win against New Zealand
New Zealand aim to cap off their successful tour of Ireland with a win against Bangladesh, even while their opponents eye their first win against New Zealand away from home

Damien Wright named Bangladesh Under-19 coach
The former Tasmania seamer will be in charge of the side until the World Cup in New Zealand next year

Mashud calls for domestic schedule rethink
Domestic cricket in Bangladesh should be scheduled during the cooler part of the year, and venues must have better facilities, the former Bangladesh captain Khaled Mashud has urged

Dhanmondi qualify for Super League after record chase
A round-up of the final day of first-round matches of the Dhaka Premier League on May 21, 2017

Bisla stars for Brothers Union in low-scoring thriller
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 20, 2017

Mustafizur, Sarkar hand Ireland a drubbing
Mustafizur Rahman sliced through Ireland's middle order to pick up four wickets and set up Bangladesh's eight-wicket win

Rain a worry as Ireland, Bangladesh chase first wins
Ireland have slid considerably over the last year or so, while Bangladesh have just one win from their last five ODIs, leaving both teams desperate for a win

Bennett, Neesham lead New Zealand's canter
New Zealand, in familiar conditions overhead and underfoot, cruised past Bangladesh by four wickets in Clontarf to stay unbeaten in the tri-series

Bangladesh seek maiden away win against New Zealand
When the two teams meet on Wednesday, Bangladesh will have a chance to register their first victory over New Zealand at an away or a neutral venue

Teams split points after rain allows only 31.1 overs
Tamim Iqbal was not out on 64* and Peter Chase returned figures of 3 for 33 but prolonged rain meant the game was a washout

Bangladesh eye rankings climb ahead of Champions Trophy
Bangladesh begin their final preparations for the Champions Trophy by facing an Ireland side hoping to build on an improved performance in the second ODI against England

Taijul fifty overwhelms Partex
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 11, 2017

Cracks emerge in BCB's probe on Sujon, Tasnim
ESPNcricinfo has learnt that the one of the punished players and a coach were not given a fair hearing by the BCB's three-member enquiry committee that investigated their role in two controversial lower-tier league matches held last month

CA security team to visit Bangladesh next week
CA chief executive James Sutherland said on Monday that the board is confident the tour will take place given the feedback it has received from its government agencies

Mominul, Jahurul extend Gazi Group's lead at the top
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 9, 2017

Raqibul's mammoth 190 headlines 705-run slugfest
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 8, 2017

Anamul, Abu Hider bolster Gazi Group's lead at the top
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 6, 2017

Shadman's 103 sets up big win for Abahani
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 5, 2017

Australia's tour of Bangladesh still hinges on security clearance
Australia's tour of Bangladesh still hinges on security assessments of the region despite a personal assurance from Cricket Australia chairman David Peever

Banned players reel under weight of punishment
While the players involved in the protest against umpiring have been banned for ten years, the umpires themselves have got off much more leniently

Gazi Group go top with sixth successive win
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 3, 2017

Mehedi, Taskin land hiked BCB contracts
The offspinning allrounder is among the four new faces in the Bangladesh Cricket Board's new salary scheme that has rewarded the players with a pay raise for 2017

Taijul's six wickets spin Rupganj out for 84
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on May 5, 2017

BCB bans Tasnim, Sujon for 10 years
The BCB has punished two clubs and its players, captains and managers, and umpires, for "tarnishing the image of Bangladesh cricket" in their role in two controversial lower-tier league matches held last month

Taijul, Shamsur star in Mohammedan Sporting's win
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League matches played on April 30

New perspective around Bangladesh - BCB president
BCB president Nazmul Hassan believes an increase in the board's share of the revenue is a boost for cricket in the country, which has undergone a change as a market for the sport

Prime Bank joint-toppers after crushing Victoria
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on April 27, 2017

BCB surprised by Pakistan tour cancellation
Pakistan's decision to call off their tour of Bangladesh has taken the BCB by surprise, though the board said it was yet to receive official communication from the PCB

Pakistan call off Bangladesh tour
Pakistan will not tour Bangladesh this year as per schedule; the PCB said the series has been postponed indefinitely by mutual consent

Ziaur's unbeaten fifty thumps defending champions Abahani
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches held on April 26, 2017

BCB objects to chance of losing Full Membership
Bangladesh is opposed to any changes in the ICC constitution that compromise a board's Full Membership, considering that status to be "irrevocable"

Don't weigh Mustafizur down with expectations - Mashrafe
Mashrafe Mortaza has said that while Mustafizur Rahman's early success was extraordinary, it should not be expected of him so regularly

Bizarre Dhaka League match to be investigated
A committee will investigate the Dhaka League match between Lalmatia Club and Axiom Cricketers at the City Club ground, where a bowler conceded 92 runs off just four balls

Al-Amin five-for flattens Mohammedan Sporting Club
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches held on April 21, 2017

Abdur Razzak's final over hands Dhanmondi win
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches held on April 20, 2017

Shafiul Islam back in Bangladesh squad
Bangladesh have recalled Shafiul Islam to their 15-man squad for the Champions Trophy

Al-Amin's unbeaten ton steers Prime Bank home
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches held on April 18, 2017

Mushfiqur's century sets up big win for Rupganj
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches held on April 17, 2017

Nasir's 106 for Gazi Group tops off fine day for chasing teams
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches held on April 13, 2017

Four balls, 92 runs, one bizarre scorecard
A bowler conceded 92 runs off just four legal deliveries as one of cricket's strangest scorecards emerged from Bangladesh's domestic cricket this week

'If India becomes weak, we become weak' - BCB chief
BCB chief Nazmul Hassan has said that the issues India have with the ICC's proposed revenue model need to be sorted as a "weaker BCCI means weaker Bangladesh"

Mosaddek hits DPL's maiden ton in Abahani's triumph
A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches played on April 12, 2017

Mehedi to replace Hogg in Trinbago Knight Riders squad
Mehedi, however, could miss a few matches of CPL 2017, if the league clashes with a proposed home series against Pakistan

We played with more freedom - Shakib
Shakib Al Hasan, the Bangladesh allrounder, stopped short of proclaiming the Sri Lanka tour Bangladesh's best-ever abroad, but mentioned that victories in the country were "rare"

Shakib, Mustafizur deliver 45-run win for Bangladesh
A thundering start with bat, and an incisive turn with the new ball ball set Bangladesh on track to a series-leveling victory, and provided a happy T20 swansong for Mashrafe Mortaza

Shakib Al Hasan in line for T20I captaincy
Shakib Al Hasan is the strongest candidate to replace Mashrafe Mortaza as Bangladesh's T20I captain, according to BCB president Nazmul Hassan

Bangladesh look to give Mashrafe victorious send-off
Sri Lanka, who were clinical in the first game, will look to stretch Bangladesh's losing streak in T20Is to nine

Mashrafe says he's stepping aside for next generation
Outgoing Bangladesh T20 captain Mashrafe Mortaza says that he felt he would be holding back the next generation of fast bowlers if he continued to stay on

Mashrafe to retire from T20Is after Sri Lanka series
Mashrafe Mortaza has announced his retirement from T20 internationals during the toss of the first T20I between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Colombo

Kusal Perera 77 aces Sri Lanka chase
Kusal Perera made a roaring return to Sri Lankan colours, cracking 77 off 53 balls to lead the hosts on a successful hunt of Bangladesh's 155 for 6

Sri Lanka mull over opening combination
Captain Upul Tharanga said the choice of their openers in the first T20I will depend on the opposition's plans and involve trying to neutralise the Bangladesh spinners

SL, Bangladesh hunt for bragging rights
With both the Test and the ODI series ending with a 1-1 scoreline, both teams have one last chance to prove who is better

CA, BCB negotiating format, timing of potential Australia visit
Australia and Bangladesh are at odds over the timing and format of the tour tentatively scheduled for later this year after the previously planned visit by Steven Smiths' team was scuppered due to security concerns

Thisara, Jayasuriya earn T20 call-ups
Kusal Mendis has been omitted from Sri Lanka's T20I squad for the two-match series against Bangladesh; Kusal Perera's inclusion subject to fitness

Mashrafe handed over-rate suspension
Bangladesh's limited-overs captain Mashrafe Mortaza has been suspended for one ODI for maintaining a slow over-rate during the third one-dayer against Sri Lanka in Colombo

BCB to send high-performance team to Pakistan, says PCB
PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that the BCB has agreed to send Bangladesh's high-performance side to Pakistan, possibly in July this year

Bowlers 'went into defensive mode' - Mashrafe
A failure to take early wickets during the Sri Lanka innings was behind Bangladesh's defeat, according to captain Mashrafe Mortaza

Uncapped Mohammad Saifuddin in Bangladesh T20I squad
The 20-year old fast-bowling allrounder first caught the eye in the Under-19 World Cup last year and has since made strong strides

Run out rule change in focus, again
For the second time in three days, a batsman has been given out despite the bulk of his body having crossed the plane of the crease

SL break ODI drought to level series
Sri Lanka rode a fast start and a fast finish to a competitive score, bowled with discipline, and found some spirit in the field to defeat Bangladesh by 70 runs and snap a six-match losing streak that stretched back to January

Mashrafe targets greater away success
Having won six of their last seven ODI series at home, Bangladesh are now keen to improve their away record

Bangladesh eye series win, SL an end to losing streak
Bangladesh are 1-0 up going into the decider in Colombo and are confident of upsetting the hosts, who have lost all six of their most recent completed ODIs








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