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  • Bangladesh vs West Indies Test Series Win

    'We had a lot to prove'

    In his very first assignment after being reappointed as Bangladesh's Test captain, Shakib Al Hasan faced the humiliation of being bundled out for the country's lowest Test score of 43 runs in Antigua, which was the first act in a 2-0 thrashing in the Test series against West Indies in July this year.

  • Shakib Al Hasan after Bangladesh vs West Indies test series press conference

    I was very demanding in this series: Shakib

    Bangladesh Test skipper Shakib Al Hasan said that he was very demanding of the players for the Test series against West Indies and said the squad had a different kind of motivation to perform well.

  • Bangladesh won 1st test vs West Indies

    Tigers prevail in Chattogram rollercoaster

    Two inherently flawed teams each putting in wildly uneven performances over two and a half days, and a pitch that tested participants to the limit all combined to produce an engrossing Test that ended with a 64-run win for Bangladesh at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram yesterday.

  • Bangladesh pacer Khaled Ahmed

    Bouncers, sweeps and Khaled the hunted

    After the Test drubbing in the Caribbean in July this year, Bangladesh will be looking to get a measure of revenge on the West Indies when the return series gets underway with the first Test at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram from November 22.

  • Bangladesh vs West Indies 1st Test

    A tale of two pitches

    The wicket at the centre of the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium (ZACS), the venue for Bangladesh's first Test against West Indies,

  • Bangladesh All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan in Practice session

    We don't have many concerns: Rhodes

    Despite Bangladesh drawing their recent two-Test home series against Zimbabwe 1-1, many will have given the visitors the edge as they stayed competitive throughout the series while Bangladesh's batting failed abjectly in the first Test, and it remains the Tigers' biggest concern.