Hardly 54 overs were possible on the second day’s play at Mirpur in the Second Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand. The match has moved forward though with New Zealand at 107 for 3 having bowled out the homeside for 282.
Bangladesh who are scheduled to play 2 Tests, 3 ODIs and a lone T20I in Sri Lanka are facing injury crisis to some of its players. Star player Shakib-Al-Hasan is already ruled out because of his surgery to his right calf muscle with a minimum of six weeks needed before he could return to cricket.
West Indies are all set to complete a 2-0 whitewash over hosts Bangladesh in the Sahara Cup Test Series. By Stumps on Day 4, Bangladesh did put up a brave fight but they were already out of the contest after conceding a massive first innings lead.
Pakistan thrashed Bangladesh by 8 wickets with eight balls to spare in the Group D Match at Pallekele. With a comprehensive victory, Pakistan have moved into the Super Eights while Bangladesh have been knocked out from the competition.
Starting today, we will run at four-part series that will focus on 20 players we believe you should watch out for during the World T20 event, which kicks off in Sri Lanka from September 18. Presenting Part I
Bangladesh crushed hosts Ireland by 71 runs in the opening T20I at the Civil Service Cricket Club in Stormont, Belfast on Wednesday to take a 1-0 lead in the 3-match series. It was a strong batting show from the visitors as they piled up 190 for 5 after they were put into bat first by the Ireland Captain William Porterfield.