West Indies look to prolong Bangladesh`s woeful run

West Indies and Bangladesh commence a three-match One-Day International series at the Queen`s Park Stadium in Grenada on Wednesday with the home side heavily favoured to extend the tourists` miserable record in 2014.

Bangladesh`s Mohammad Ashraful gets 8-year fixing ban

Bangladesh cricket authorities banned former captain Mohammad Ashraful for eight years on Wednesday after he was found guilty of match-fixing during a domestic Twenty20 tournament.

Raina's men look to begin Bangladesh tour on winning note

The Indian cricket team will get an opportunity to test its bench strength when its fringe players led by Suresh Raina square off against minnows Bangladesh in a short three-match ODI series starting, here tomorrow.

Sri Lanka unaware of Farbrace`s plans for England

Sri Lanka cricket (SLC) is in the dark over any possible move by the national coach Paul Farbrace to become a part of England coaching staff.

`Disappointed` Finch says he, Warner responsible for Oz`s World T20 flop

Australian opener Aaron Finch has said that he and fellow opener David Warner are responsible for Australia`s disastrous World Twenty20 campaign.

Al-Amin Hossain fined for ``abusive`` send-off to Warner in World T20 match

Bangladeshi fast bowler Al-Amin Hossain has reportedly been slapped with a fine for abusing Australian opener David Warner during the two teams` World Twenty20 Super-10 clash on Tuesday at Dhaka.

Some players are insecured about their position in team, says Mushfiqur Rahim

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim has openly admitted that some players in the current team are "insecured about their places" and that`s the reason they are not able to give their best on the field.

ICC World T20 2014: West Indies trounce Bangladesh by 73 runs

Defending champions West Indies kept their hopes alive of a semi-final berth with a resounding 73-run thrashing of hosts Bangladesh in a Group 2 Super 10 match of the ICC World Twenty20 here on Tuesday.

Asia Cup 2014: Skipper Angelo Mathews guides Sri Lanka to win over Bangladesh

Skipper Angelo Mathews held his nerve under pressure and led from the front with an unbeaten half-century as Sri Lanka registered a three-wicket win over Bangladesh in the concluding league fixture of the Asia Cup here today.

Asia Cup 2014: India crash out after Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets

Pakistan on Tuesday pulled off a thrilling three-wicket victory over hosts Bangladesh to storm into the finals of the Asia Cup cricket tournament, completely knocking India out of the title race.

Bangla batsmen make merry to pile up record 326/3 vs Pakistan

Bangladesh feasted on a below bowling and fielding effort from Pakistan to pile up their highest-ever ODI total of 326 for three in 50 overs in a must-win game of the Asia Cup cricket tournament here on Tuesday.

Pakistan aim final berth, Bangladesh seek pride

Buoyed by their last-over win over arch-foes India, a rejuvenated Pakistan will look to seal a berth in the title clash as they lock horns with beleaguered hosts Bangladesh in their last round-robin Asia Cup match here on Tuesday.

Mushfiqur Rahim uncertain for match against Afghanistan

Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim, who had sustained a shoulder injury while fielding against India, is still under observation and it`s not yet known whether he would be available for their Asia Cup match against Afghanistan on Saturday.

Kohli`s `special` knock made the difference, says Abdur Razzak

Bangladesh left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak has conceded that Indian captain Virat Kohli`s "special" knock of 136 made all the difference in his side`s six-wicket loss in their Asia Cup campaign opener here.

Bangladesh team is united, says Mashrafe Mortaza

Trouble seemed to be brewing in the Bangladesh team when skipper Mushfiqur Rahim criticised selection for the Asia Cup but senior pacer Mashrafe Mortaza sought to douse the controversy ahead of their tournament-opener against India by stating that the side is united.

Shamsur Rahman, Imrul Kayes lead Bangladesh revival with tons

Shamsur Rahman and Imrul Kayes hit maiden centuries as Bangladesh found batting form to avoid the follow-on in the second and final Test against Sri Lanka in Chittagong today.

Bangladesh says it will play against India in next two years

The threat to their Test status in the proposed shake-up in world cricket having been averted, Bangladesh Cricket Board today said that his country will play against India, England and Australia in the next two years.

Kaushal Silva`s maiden ton puts Sri Lanka in command against Bangladesh

Opener Kaushal Silva hit a maiden Test century to lead a dominant batting display by Sri Lanka on the second day of the first Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka today.

Violence-plagued Bangladesh to remain Asia Cup venue

Asian Cricket Council has reportedly said that Bangladesh would remain the venue for next month`s Asia Cup despite rising violence in the nation due to political unrest.

Language proved to be a barrier, says Whatmore

Pakistan`s head coach Dav Whatmore, who will leave the national team in February, has admitted that language barrier and communication remained a problem during his two-year tenure with the side.