Umesh Yadav | The Daily Star
  • Mushfiqur leads from the front

    Mushfiqur Rahim, Bangladesh skipper came out to bat during the first innings of the Test against India when the chips were down. The tourists were under pressure after losing four wickets for 109 runs on the board.

  • Watch Tamim Iqbal’s run-out

    Bangladesh were rocked early on the third day as they lost Tamim Iqbal for 25 due to a needless run-out in the Test match against India at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad today.

  • BD 322 for 6 after Day-3, trail Ind by 356 runs

    Bangladesh reached 322 for 6 in 104 overs after the third day, and trailed India by 365 runs in their first innings in the Test match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad today.

  • India win 2nd Test against Sri Lanka

    India defeat Sri Lanka by 278 runs in the 2nd Test at Colombo (PSS) to level the 3-match series.

  • 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.

  • Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza

    Mashrafe has faith in fast bowlers

    Bangladesh ODI team’s captain Mashrafe Mortaza has full confidence in his fast bowlers to compete at the highest level of cricket especially in 50-over matches.

  • Indian Team

    Chance for India's selectors to reset goals

    India's tour to Bangladesh, that includes a Test and three ODIs, may be a short jaunt to a country where they have enjoyed success in the past but it is also an opportunity for India's selection panel to set in motion their plans for the next generation.

  • Indian batsman Virat Kohli

    Kohli should play Bangladesh Test: Gavaskar

    Sunil Gavaskar feels that Virat Kohli should lead India in one-off Test match against Bangladesh before being rested for three-match ODI series.

  • 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