Bangladesh

Dec 2, 2018 Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal have returned to Bangladesh’s ODI side for the three-match series against West Indies, which starts from December 9. Both players had missed Bangladesh’s previous ODI series, against Zimbabwe in October, due to fitness issues. Shakib made his return from a finger injury by leading the Test
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11:19 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff New Zealand Cricket (NZC) have cancelled their Under-19 team’s tour to Bangladesh, slated for this month, in the aftermath of the terrorist attack on two Christchurch mosques, in which at least 40 people had been killed. ALSO READ: ‘There’s shooting here, please save us’ NZC chairman Greg Barclay said both
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  shares © Getty Images There is little doubt that the New Zealand fast bowlers, particularly Neil Wagner, will use the short ball against the Bangladesh batsmen throughout the Test series, and the major talking point on the tour now centers around the visiting batsmen’s plans to cope with it. Having tried it successfully in
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7:13 AM ET Another new-look pace attack, another big total conceded. This has been the case for Bangladesh in Test cricket, especially when they have travelled outside the subcontinent over the past three years. Since March 2016, they’ve been to South Africa, West Indies and New Zealand and in each of those countries, they’ve given
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  shares Kane Williamson celebrates his 20th Test hundred © Getty Images Lunch New Zealand 605 for 6 (Williamson 166*, Latham 161) lead Bangladesh 234 all out (Tamim 126, Wagner 5-47) by 371 runs New Zealand continued pummeling Bangladesh’s bowlers as they rose to 605 for 6 at lunch on the third day in Hamilton.
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3:19 AM ET Mustafizur Rahman‘s fitness limitations were the reason for his exclusion from the Hamilton Test, Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes has said. The team management, Rhodes said, felt it was better to rest him, with a bigger workload planned for him in Wellington. Mustafizur’s absence has come into focus with Bangladesh’s inexperienced three-man pace
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