• Lynn's IPL in doubt

    In what could be a big blow for Kolkata Knight Riders, star opener Chris Lynn took a bad fall while attempting a catch against Mumbai Indians and was forced to leave the field.

  • Punjab ride on Amla, Maxwell

    Kings XI Punjab continued their winning run in the Indian Premier League, defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 wickets at the Holkar Cricket Stadium yesterday.

  • Ganguly praises Tendulkar's singing debut

    Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday congratulated his long time opening partner Sachin Tendulkar for his singing debut with Sonu Nigam in a new song titled 'Cricket wali beat'.

  • '311 not beyond us'

    On paper it may seem that Sri Lanka scoring 311 and then the match being abandoned was a lucky break for Bangladesh as they come to Colombo secure in the knowledge that at worst, they will have a drawn ODI series to go with a historic drawn Test series on the tour of Sri Lanka. And if you are of a cynical leaning, the team's cheery mood at their hotel yesterday before they departed Dambulla towards Colombo may be read as relief that they did not have to undergo a difficult chase.

  • Aussie media slam Kohli

    Australian media Wednesday launched a scathing attack on Virat Kohli, labelling the India captain as "classless" and "egomaniac" following his no-longer-friends comment at the end of a spiteful Test series.

  • Rahane out of series

    India middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane has been ruled out of the last two Tests against England with a fractured finger

  • Kamrul replaces Shafiul

    Bangladesh pacer Shafiul Islam has been ruled out of the ODIs and the T20Is in New Zealand after being diagnosed with a

  • Red cards in cricket!

    Cricket, like football and hockey, may see introduction of red cards as punishment for violent acts on the field.

  • 'You will see the real Rubel'

    Sometimes fate brings about an opportunity out of the blue. Some can grab the chance with aplomb, while others fail to do so.

  • 'The Kings are a family'

    They have done it. After going through one of the worst starts in the competition, the Rajshahi Kings have eventually reached the final of the fourth season of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) following a dramatic turnaround.

  • Kamrul in for Shafiul

    Kamrul Islam Rabbi will replace the injured Shafiul Islam in Bangladesh’s preliminary squad for the New Zealand series.

  • Kings restrict Titans to 125

    Khulna Titans continue their poor form with the bat as an excellent bowling and fielding effort from Rajshahi Kings keep Mahmudullah Riyad's team to a modest 125 for nine in the first innings of the Bangladesh Premier League Qualifier 2.

  • MCC recommends red card for cricketers

    Like football and hockey, cricket may see the introduction of 'red card' as punishment of the players for violent acts on the field. This is one of the recommendations made by the games lawmaker Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) at a meeting in Mumbai.

  • Aus keen on sweep of NZ: Marsh

    Australia will not be taking their collective foot off the gas in Friday's third one-day international against New Zealand in Melbourne, despite it being a dead rubber, according to all-rounder Mitchell Marsh.

  • Shakib found guilty of breaching BCB Code of Conduct

    Dhaka Dynamites captain Shakib Al Hasan has been found guilty of breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during his team’s BPL 2016 Qualifier 1 match against Khulna Titans at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur on December 6. 2016.

  • Fans clash with police

    The Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur was the venue of some unsavoury scenes in the crowd in the grandstand section

  • Shakib kicks off Lord's honours

    Bangladesh's ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan was yet again featured in the Lord's Top 20 Cricketers of the year, being unveiled

  • Selfie Kings revel in unity

    In terms of face value, the Rajshahi Kings are definitely not there at the top. But as far as gelling as a group is concerned, they

  • Sammy sinks Vikings

    There is never a dull moment as long as Darren Sammy is at the crease and that was the case as the former West Indies

  • Felt no pressure: Russell

    When Andre Russell arrived at the crease for the Dhaka Dynamites, they were struggling at 89 for 6. It was a crucial game and

  • Morgan, Hales set to return

    England captain Eoin Morgan and opening batsman Alex Hales have returned to the one-day international (ODI) and T20 squads

  • Oz take series with crushing win

    David Warner slammed his sixth one-day century of the year to lead Australia to a crushing 116-run victory to reclaim the

  • WATCH NOW: BPL fans clash with police

    Fans clash with police after the Bangladesh Premier League eliminator between Rajshahi Kings and Chittagong Vikings in Mirpur.

  • Sammy takes Rajshahi to Qualifier 2

    Rajshahi Kings captain Darren Sammy struck an unbeaten fifty when his side was in trouble to beat Chittagong Vikings by three wickets in the eliminator match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur today.

  • Morgan returns to captain One Day team in Ind

    Eoin Morgan returns to captain England in both the One Day International and Twenty20 series with India after opting out of the Bangladesh part of the tour over security fears.

  • Australia's Glenn Maxwell

    Maxwell may miss again

    Controversial all-rounder Glenn Maxwell could still find himself on the outer in Australia's second one-day international against New Zealand on Tuesday.

  • 'Need time to shape the team'

    Bangladesh women's cricket team returned home yesterday after participating in the Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup with a task

  • And then there were four

    42 matches and one month later the Bangladesh Premier League's fourth season has finally come to its final leg.

  • Rubel comes in for Shahid

    Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain has replaced the injured Mohammad Shahid in the 22-member preliminary squad for the New

  • Rubel replaces injured Shahid

    Pacer Rubel Hossain has replaced the injured Mohammad Shahid in the 22-member preliminary squad for the New Zealand series. Rubel will therefore travel with the team to Australia next week in order to prepare for Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand.