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  • Mehedi Hasan Miraz athletic fielding

    A lesson learned the hard way

    Bangladesh lost their rare bout against World champions Australia by a margin of 48 runs at Trent Bridge yesterday. The defeat certainly served as a blow to Bangladesh’s dream for a place in the semifinals of the World Cup. It also a lesson the Tigers learned the hard way

  • Mushfiqur Rahim hits century against Australia in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    Tigers fall short after spirited chase

    When Mahmudullah Riyad hit the biggest six of the match, a 95-metre straight hit off Adam Zampa in the 42nd over, and Mushfiqur Rahim neared his seventh ODI ton, it was easy to wonder what could have been had Australia been held to 30 runs fewer. After a 48-run loss

  • Ton-up Warner sets daunting task for Tigers

    Australia opener David Warner made Bangladesh pay for an early drop with a big hundred as the reigning champions piled on the runs in a World Cup match at Trent Bridge in Nottingham yesterday.

  • Bangladesh lose despite scoring their highest ODI total

    In chase of Australia's mammoth 381 for five, Bangladesh reached 333 for 8 -- their highest-ever ODI total -- to lose by 48 runs in Nottingham.

  • Saifuddin in doubt for Australia match

    Bangladesh pace-bowling all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin may miss today’s World Cup match against Australia because of a lingering back injury. Bangladesh’s highest wicket-taker in the tournament and joint fourth-highest overall, Saifuddin has had a back issue since the World Cup warm-up game

  • Australia’s snubs ‘disappointing’

    It was an Australian journalist who pointed out an oft-overlooked aspect of a match-up between Bangladesh and Australia during the pre-match press conference yesterday, ahead of today’s World Cup match between the sides in Nottingham. Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

  • Bangladesh vs Australia match today

    Tigers’ mission improbable

    At a ground steeped in history, Bangladesh will attempt to create a bit of history of their own by beating Australia for the first time in a World Cup match today in Trent Bridge.

  • Tigers in Training ahead Australia Match

    A rare opportune moment

    Over the last four years Bangladesh relentlessly tried to bridge the gap with the top teams in the cricketing world. They have made strong strides in the one-day format, although they were more successful at home.

  • The key factors in today's Bangladesh vs Australia match

    The four-man pace attack is key to Australia’s strength at this World Cup but even then, the twin threat of Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins will hold the most significance for Bangladesh in this game. Starc’s sharp inswingers at pace has demolished top-order left-

  • Nathan Lyon

    Lyon raids Tigers' den

    Bangladesh's quest to seal their fourth-ever series win and more importantly their first against a quality side came unstuck at

  • Tigers fight back but Aus on top

    A better approach and an attacking mindset on the third day after a rather defensive attitude the previous day saw Bangladesh stage a

  • Aus dominate Tigers

    A defensive approach led to dipping body language for Bangladesh as the home side seemed to be waiting for something to happen

  • Sabbir, Mushy keep Tigers fighting

    The Chittagong wicket has flattered to deceive on the opening day of the second Test yesterday. It was not a virtual dust-bowl as it

  • '2-0 is a big statement'

    Even before reaching Bangladesh all eyes were on Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon after his performance in India, which

  • Gilchrist terms ton against Bangladesh as his greatest

    Former Australia wicket-keeper batsman Adam Gilchrist says his century in the first Test of the overseas series against Bangladesh was the best of his distinguished career.

  • Cricket Australia confirm pre-Bangladesh tour camp

    Australia will complete a week-long camp at Darwin ahead of their Qantas Tour of Bangladesh in August, Cricket Australia confirm.

  • Bangladesh lucky to share points: Mashrafe

    Captain Mashrafe Mortaza feel Bangladesh were lucky to escape with a point against Australia after the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match was abandoned due to rain.

  • Australia edges closer to Bangladesh tour

    A Bangladesh Cricket Board senior official has indicated he believes a proposed Test tour by Steve Smith's Australians will go ahead later this year.

  • Hurting Tigers face smarting Aussies today

    After a one-day washout followed by a Test snub, the Tigers will finally have their first sight of the mighty Australia in the glamorous ICC flagship event at a neutral venue today.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Batting reshuffle a needless complication

    The 10,000-plus people who turned up to create a raucous atmosphere in Canberra gave Bangladesh a little taste of home. But the players were far from known conditions against Afghanistan and will be even further away in Brisbane