Bangladesh

8:33 PM ET Whatever else you might say about Chandika Hathurusingha, the man does not do incognito. If you have paid him any attention over the past few years, chances are you have an opinion. More than likely, it is mighty sharp. “He has great cricket knowledge,” is something people say of him. Well that
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11:27 AM ET Mohammad Isam in Bristol Neil McKenzie, Bangladesh’s South African batting coach, wants his batsmen to trust their games in defining moments. Bangladesh started well against South Africa, but have somewhat fallen apart against New Zealand and England. The Bangladesh batsmen, on their part, believe McKenzie has made a difference in his time
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Bangladesh v New Zealand, World Cup 2019, The Oval June 5, 2019   shares Welcome to ESPNcricinfo’s live updates on the Bangladesh v New Zealand game from The Oval. If the blog doesn’t load straightaway, please refresh the page. Andrew Miller is UK editor of ESPNcricinfo. He tweets at @miller_cricket © ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
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  shares Play 00:57 Morkel: SA looked flat and sloppy in the field Bangladesh 330 for 6 (Mushfiqur 78, Shakib 75, Phehlukwayo 2-52) beat South Africa 309 for 8 (du Plessis 62, Mustafizur 3-67) by 21 runs These teams seem to bring out extremes in one another. In previous World Cups, that has meant one-sided
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3:00 AM ET Toss Bangladesh chose to bowl v West Indies Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has decided to field first against West Indies in the tri-series final at Malahide. Mashrafe informed that Shakib Al Hasan, who suffered a back spasm during Bangladesh’s last game against Ireland on May 15, will be missing the match. Bangladesh
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  shares © AFP Big picture Two big questions will be answered when Bangladesh take on West Indies in the tri-series final in Malahide on Friday. Can they win a tournament final, potentially without Shakib Al Hasan, who suffered a side strain in the previous game? Can West Indies beat Bangladesh’s consistency and resist their
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3:00 AM ET Toss Ireland opt to bat v Bangladesh Seamer Barry McCarthy in his delivery stride Getty Images/Sportsfile Ireland captain William Porterfield chose to bat first against Bangladesh in their final league fixture of the tri-series. Porterfield hoped to follow a similar template to the one against West indies: bat first, bat big and try
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3:00 AM ET Big picture Bangladesh’s eight-wicket win over West Indies in their tri-series opener was the kind of all-round performance most captains and coaches prefer, and Mashrafe Mortaza and Steven Rhodes would think the same. But, given their indifferent results away from home in the last few years, Bangladesh are aware that even a
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