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  • Kuldeep 6-for leads India to 8-wicket win

    India's spin sensation Kuldeep Yadav takes a six wicket haul and Rohit Sharma piles on the runs as the tourists win their opening ODI against England with ease on Thursday.

  • NZ take series to decider

    Fast bowlers Tim Southee and James Neesham ran through India's middle order to help New Zealand to a 19-run series-levelling win in the fourth one-day international Ranchi on Wednesday.

  • Maiden strikes of Mustafizur

    Mustafizur Rahman, the name that has carved out a special place in the hearts of Tigers’ fans became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to make the ICC Team of the Year in 2015 on the back of some superb performances with the ball, especially in one-day matches.

  • Tamim Iqbal v Rohit Sharma

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal and India opener Rohit Sharma have two very different styles with very similar impacts on their respective teams.

  • Shakib howler and fielders blunder

    Bangladesh paid the ultimate price for sloppy fielding and made it quite easy for India to overwhelm them by 45 runs in the opening match of Asia Cup 2016 at Mirpur stadium yesterday.

  • Rohit punishes Tigers

    A sublime innings by a fortunate Rohit Sharma condemned Bangladesh to a 45-run loss in the Asia Cup T20 in Mirpur last night. It might have been different as the normally T20-reticent Tigers sprang off the blocks with their pacers, who responded brilliantly on a green pitch at Mirpur in the opener to

  • India avoid sweep on Pandey

    Manish Pandey and MS Dhoni, rookie and old hand combine to deliver India victory over Australia at the last possible opportunity in another run-fest at the SCG.

  • India look to shrug off inconsistent run

    A competitive curtain raiser set the tone for what should continue to be a fiercely contested series, and if the next fixture plays out like the first one, fans are in for an amazing show in Cuttack.

  • Stuart Binny

    India beat Bangladesh by 77 runs

    India save the ignominy of Banglawash on June 24, 2015 when they defeated Bangladesh by 77 runs in the third and final game of the 3-match series at Mirpur stadium today.

  • Ravindra Jadeja

    India want early wickets

    As India prepare to face Bangladesh for the second game of the 3-match ODI series at Mirpur, they know quite well that their pride and series are on the line.

  • India have everything to lose: Rohit

    Before series-deciding second ODI, key Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma says Bangladesh have got nothing to lose. "India have everything to lose."

  • Bangladesh batsmen during practice.

    Bangladesh eye historic series win

    There used to be a time in the mid-2000s when Bangladesh starting off well meant complacency, but the current team has shown more consistency.

  • Bangladesh gaining respect among peers: Hathurusingha

    India sending their best team for the ongoing ODI series is an indication that they regard Bangladesh as a stronger unit than last June, Bangladesh coach Hathurusingha says. He however is not entirely satisfied with his team's performance in first ODI.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Mustafizur’s moment of reckoning

    After starting off as a batsman while playing with the tennis ball in his locality, Mustafizur Rahman took on board the advice to start bowling fast.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Mustafizur takes five wickets on debut

    Bangladesh’s left-arm fast-bowler Mustafizur Rahman picks up five wickets on his ODI debut against India during the first game of the 3-match series at Mirpur today.

  • Rain disrupts play

    Play called off for day 4

    Rain becomes the spoilsport during the 4th day of the Test match between Bangladesh and India at Fatullah stadium.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib gets his 100th wicket at home

    Shakib Al Hasan captures his 100th wicket at home during the third day of the Test match against India at Fatullah stadium today.

  • Test match

    Rain stops India's push for quick runs

    India are 462/6 in 103.3 overs after the rain-curtailed third day of the Test match against Bangladesh at Fatullah stadium.

  • Bangladesh players

    Bangladesh, India Squads

    Check out the squads for Bangladesh and the visitors as India tour Bangladesh from June 10 to June 24 to play one Test and three ODI matches.

  • Kolkata Knight Riders

    KKR look to seal playoff spot

    Kolkata Knight Riders will be assured of a spot in the playoffs if they win against Mumbai Indians, who in turn could climb into a three-way tie for third or fourth place if they overcome KKR.

  • Australia have a great chance to win on their own ground against India

    Semi-war: Australia vs India

    As Australia, host of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (CWC15), will take on India, defending world and unbeaten group champion of Pool B of the tournament, in the second semifinal on March 26 at Sydney Cricket Ground, both of the teams have their own aspirations to face co-host New Zealand in the finals at MCG

  • India not carrying any scars: Rohit

    Scars? What scars? Everyone's talking about scars, but Rohit Sharma sees none. The scars being discussed do not concern cosmetic surgery for a movie star, but the Indian team's memory of what Australia had been like around six weeks ago.

  • Bangladesh, cricket, Mashrafe

    Mashrafe disappointed

    At the end of the day it all came down to “what ifs” for Bangladesh. There’s no doubt that the reprieve that Rohit Sharma got in the 40th over proved to be a crucial turning point in the game. Sharma, who was in his 90s at that point, went on to hammer a series of boundaries later in the game.