Bangladesh's tour of South Africa 2017 | The Daily Star
  • Tigers toil hard in Bloemfontein

    Tigers re-enact their Potchefstroom nightmare as South Africa reached 126 for no loss at lunch, 27 runs more than managed in the first Test.

  • SA lose third wicket

    South Africa reach 126 for no loss at lunch on the first day in the second Test between Bangladesh and South Africa at Mangaung, Oval, Bloemfontein.

  • De Villiers set to return to action against Bangladesh

    South Africa’s AB de Villers is set to return to action when he will feature for the South Africa Invitation XI against Bangladesh in a warm up match.

  • Tigers crumble under Proteas onslaught

    The Tigers’ innings crumble dramatically in the morning session as they were all-out for 90 runs on the fifth day of the first test against the Proteas at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom.

  • SA win by 333 runs

    Wickets are falling thick and fast as Bangladesh are eight down against South Africa early on on the fifth day of the first Test match at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom.

  • Tigers’ tall task

    In the eyes of the Bangladesh batsmen, Morne Morkel may have grown into a terror taller than his already towering 6’5” frame, but the task facing the Tigers -- scoring 424 to win or batting out a maximum of 141 overs, 15.3 of which have extracted three wickets while yielding just 49 runs -- is taller still.

  • Tigers in disarray as rain causes early close

    Bangladesh are facing defeat as South Africa manage to pick up three wickets before tea on the fourth day of the first test between South Africa and Bangladesh at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom.

  • Bangladesh 49-3 at day's end

    Opener Imrul Kayes and skipper Mushfiqur Rahim put on 49 runs as Bangladesh recovers from a horrible star. They lost two wickets for no run on the board. The pair added 49 runs for the third wicket before Imrul edge Maharaj behind the wicket for 32. It ended a resolute stand and the umpires called for tea.

  • SA dominate despite loss of Amla, Elgar

    Proteas dominate proceedings in the second session despite loss of Hashim Amla and Dean Elgar after lunch on the second day of the first Test against Bangladesh.

  • Live Updates: Bangladesh 127/3 at stumps

    Shafiul Islam gets the valued wicket of Hashim Amla, out for 137 on the second day of the first test match between South Africa and Bangladesh at Senwes Park, Potchesfstroom.

  • Markram departs but Proteas dominant

    South Africa dominate proceedings before lunch on day 1 of the first Test against Bangladesh despite the loss of debutant Aiden Markram who fell three short of a century.

  • Tigers suffer after toss surprise

    Bangladesh face a troubling situation early on in the first Test against South Africa after a one-sided first session dominated by the Proteas openers.

  • SA end Day One on 298-1

    South Africa posts a massive 298-1 at close on the opening day of the first Test against Bangladesh at Senwes Park, Potchesfstroom.

  • Bangladesh face in-form South African batsmen

    History and the form of South Africa's leading batsmen are against Bangladesh in the first Test starting Thursday at Senwes Park in northwestern university town Potchefstroom.

  • Can Tamim set South Africa record straight?

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal, who has a great all-round record both in home and away Tests have not made his mark in South African soil so far but the left-hander will be looking forward to mastering the South African conditions this time around.

  • Bangladesh players

    Tigers begin tough examination in SA

    Tigers start their South Africa campaign with a three-day match against South Africa invitation XI as the team prepares for a tough examination away from home.

  • Philander ruled out of first Test against Bangladesh

    South Africa team manager Mohammed Moosajee confirms that Vernon Philander will not be available for the first Test against Bangladesh.

  • Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain

    Rubel denied security clearance

    Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain’s participation in the South Africa series is in doubt following his failure to obtain necessary security clearance.

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