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  • Pakistan retain top T20 ranking after ICC error

    Australian cricket chiefs clarify that Pakistan still top the Twenty20 world rankings, despite Australia's victory in the T20 tri-series also featuring New Zealand and England.

  • Aus win T20 series, take number one ranking

    Australia cruise to a 19-run victory in a rain-affected T20 tri-series final with against Zealand Wednesday to claim the world number one ranking for the first time.

  • Mount Maunganui

    New Zealand, West Indies T20 abandoned

    The second Twenty20 between New Zealand and the West Indies ends as a no-result washout at Mount Maunganui.

  • Tickets on sale from October 31

    Tickets for fifth edition of the money-spinning Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) T20 Sylhet phase will be available from October 31

  • Morgan hopes England new boys shine against South Africa

    England captain Eoin Morgan looks forward to see if some of his new players can star in the upcoming three-match Twenty20 series against South Africa.

  • ‘Guys who can bowl a perfect yorker are always going to be dangerous’

    It is not easy being a fast bowler, especially in the T20 era where the game and its rules are tilted in batsman's favour.

  • Seamers a little jaded in last session: Walsh

    While most of the players are eager to look at the looming 100th Test as just another match, incidentally one that they have to win to level the two-match series, Bangladesh's fast bowling coach Courtney Walsh was hoping that the sense of occasion brings out the best in the Tigers when they square off against Sri Lanka at the P Sara Oval in Colombo on Wednesday.

  • Chandika Hathurusingha

    Hathurusingha dreams of making Tigers the Sri Lanka of 1996

    Tigers have been prowling around in the cricketing circle for a while and managed to make their presence felt in recent times.

  • 'Best chance to beat Lanka'

    The rain in Colombo yesterday prevented the Bangladesh team from doing any sort of outdoor training. A number of the players instead decided to spend their time sweating it out in the gym.

  • Afridi retires from international cricket

    Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi on Sunday announced his retirement from international cricket, ending an illustrious and sometimes controversial 21-year career.

  • The good and bad from historic Test

    Bangladesh's short tour of India may be over but they barely have any time to relax. They have returned home and will probably get a week-long break before beginning their camp for the Sri Lanka series set to begin in the first week of March.

  • Taylor left out

    New Zealand senior batsman Ross Taylor has again been kept out of the New Zealand Twenty20 squad named Sunday to play South Africa later in the week.

  • Sri Lanka's Mathews out of Aus T20 tour

    Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews was Monday ruled out of this month's three-match Twenty20 series in Australia with a hamstring injury.

  • Team India's grand gift for Dhoni

    The entire Indian team that won the recently concluded T20I series against England presented former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni with an innovative wooden plaque to serve as a memento for his services to the sport and for being a continuous source of inspiration to the Indian team.

  • Morgan bemoans collapse return to bad old days

    Skipper Eoin Morgan said England's batting collapse in the third Twenty20 international was their worst performance in recent times after India inflicted a crushing defeat in the series decider in Bangalore.

  • England keep India to 144

    Seamer Chris Jordan led England's disciplined bowling performance to restrict India to 144 for eight despite opener Lokesh Rahul's blazing half century in the second Twenty20I in Nagpur on Sunday.

  • Young India ready for England T20s

    India's young guns will get an opportunity to fire on the big stage and carry forward the exceptional dominance over England when they clash with the visitors in the three-match Twenty20 series, starting on Thursday.

  • Fizz issue a cloudy one

    Bangladesh's pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman remained an almost forgotten member in the team during Bangladesh's two Tests against New Zealand.

  • Rabbi shines in bleak tour

    Pace bowler Kamrul Islam Rabbi was a fringe player on his Test debut against England in Chittagong last year.

  • Ricky Ponting

    Ponting joins Aus Twenty20 coaching team

    Former Test skipper Ricky Ponting has been appointed as an assistant coach to the Australia Twenty20 international squad for next month's series against Sri Lanka, Cricket Australia said Sunday.

  • Bruce, Wheeler in NZ T20 squad

    Uncapped batsman Tom Bruce has been called into New Zealand's Twenty20 squad for their three-match series against Bangladesh next month, while left-arm pace bowler Ben Wheeler has been recalled to the national side.

  • Mustafizur quickly making a mark

    Although pace bowlers usually struggle to put on a positive spin when toiling on the subcontinent, Bangladesh's latest fast-bowling sensation is so far an exception to the rule.

  • 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.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Fizz will give BD bowling a boost in NZ

    Bangladesh's bowling department has been significantly boosted for their tour of New Zealand. Talented left arm seamer Mustafizur Rahman has been included in the 15-strong squad, who start the limited-overs leg of their tour with the first ODI at Christchurch on Boxing Day.

  • Shakib, Fizz retained

    Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and left-arm pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman were both retained by their respective franchises for the tenth season of the Indian Premier League.

  • NZ weather a challenge for Tigers

    Bangladesh are giving themselves every chance of making a decent fist of their tour to New Zealand starting on Boxing Day.

  • Tigers hire specialist

    The Bangladesh national team will be availing the services of a wicket-keeping specialist during their 10-day preparatory camp in Australia.

  • 'Good home memories will inspire us'

    After having aced a number of challenges at home, the Bangladesh national cricket team will embark upon a new challenge from the end of this month when they begin their tour of New Zealand.

  • Pace hopes head down under

    It will be a special moment indeed when Bangladesh's two most promising young pacers Mustafizur Rahman and Taskin Ahmed pair up in conditions such as those in New Zealand.

  • 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.