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October 27, 2013 Bangladesh fast bowler, Shafiul Islam , has been ruled out of the ODI series against New Zealand after twisting his ankle during training on Sunday. Al-Amin Hossain , who made his Test debut in Dhaka last week, has been named as his
Bangladesh medium pacer Mashrafe Mortaza made a comeback to the ODI squad for the first two of the three upcoming matches against New Zealand. Batsmen Anamul Haque and Naeem Islam were also named in the 15-man squad as Jahurul Islam was left out.
Centuries from Mominul Haque and Roshen Silva paved the way for the first upset of this season's Dhaka Premier Division, as Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club overwhelmed Abahani Limited , the league's most successful side, by 58 runs . The pair added 276
Chastened by a heavy defeat that has once again highlighted their lack of progress, Bangladesh begin the second and final Test against Zimbabwe tomorrow, looking to prove they can adapt to foreign conditions and match their fellow Test strugglers.
While Chris Gayle was setting off enough fireworks to keep Harare lit up through a month of powercuts, Bangladesh's squad were doing a drill which involved walking while held back by a resistance band. It was a powerful contrast: on television, one
Seamer Shafiul Islam and allrounder Ziaur Rahman have been called up to the Bangladesh Test squad, as cover for pacers Rubel Hossain and Shahadat Hossain ...Rubel, who had back trouble during the tour to Sri Lanka earlier this year, hurt his shoulder
Shakib Al Hasan has expressed confidence of being fit and available before Bangladesh's tour to Zimbabwe in April. He has been out of international cricket since November last year with a stress fracture on his shin. "Hopefully I will be fit and
Bangladesh fast bowler Nazmul Hossain has been ruled out of the ODI series in Sri Lanka after injuring his left knee during training in Colombo. Nazmul twisted his knee while avoiding a straight drive from Ziaur Rahman during a net session in Colombo,
Bangladesh batsmen Junaid Siddique and Nazimuddin , who opened in a Test each against West Indies and scored 31 runs together, have been dropped from the preliminary squad of 25 for the forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka. A few recent performers like
Shakib Al Hasan has said he hasn't received his initial signing amount from his BPL franchise Dhaka Gladiators, with four days to go before the tournament begins. Ever player in the BPL is entitled to receive 25% of his total fee before the start of