Junior Tigers clinch series

Bangladesh Under-19 team clinched the five-match youth one-day international series against Sri Lanka Under-19 team after winning the thrilling final match by 14 runs in Colombo on Sunday.

Bangladesh sign off WC camp, eye quarter-finals

Bangladesh said they hope to qualify for the quarter-finals in the upcoming World Cup as the team signed off their preparation for the tournament, scheduled in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 to March 29, on Thursday.

Happy again Rubel looks forward

Pace bowler Rubel Hossain on Wednesday insisted that he has managed to overcome his recent mental trauma to put all his attention on next month’s World Cup. Rubel hogged the headlines for all the wrong reasons during the last few weeks as film actress Naznin Akter Happy accused him of ‘rape’ and ‘false marriage promise’ and filed a case against him under the women and children repression act on December 13.

Playing it like in Down Under

The Australian wickets, condition and big venues kept the Bangladesh cricket team occupied as they are preparing for next month’s ICC World Cup,

Mahmudullah eyes quarter-finals

Bangladesh all-rounder Mahmudullah has set his sights on a quarter-final place in the World Cup as Bangladesh nearing to end of their preparation at home.

Momimul out to make mark in ODIs

Batsman Mominul Haque said on Sunday that he is eyeing to improve his performance in one-day internationals and preparing himself accordingly for the ICC World Cup.

‘Bowling in right areas more important than pace’

The Bangladesh team pace bowlers will try to bowl in the right areas rather than go for extra pace during their campaign in the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, claimed pace-duo Taskin Ahmed and Al-Amin Hossain on Saturday.

Sense of deja vu as BCB revives technical body

The Bangladesh Cricket Board on Thursday brought back the controversial technical committee, raising fears of conflict of interest in certain activities as happened in the past. Six former cricketers – Jahangir Shah Badshah, Atahar Ali Khan, ASM Faruque, Ishtiaque Ahmed, Mainul Haque, and Shafiqul Haque – have been primarily considered as probable members subject to their approval.

Friends forever vie for the same slot

Not on too many occasions Bangladesh national cricket team has faced such a serious selection dilemma. Two in-form players of equal caliber vying for one slot is something that rarely happened to Tigers in the past.

Opening duo count on Aussie experience

Sakib al Hasan apart if anyone has better ideas about Australian conditions in the World Cup-bound Bangladesh squad he must be Anamul Haque or Soumya Sarkar.