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An unbeaten 272-run opening stand between Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes almost wiped off the entire Pakistan lead of 296 in just over two sessions
Richie Benaud has been described by his contemporary Garry Sobers as "a wonderful cricketer and captain", as well as a brilliant commentator and good friend
Short of winning the lottery and discovering a renewable energy source, it has hard to think of a way in which the first competitive day of this tour of the Caribbean could have gone any better for
Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has insisted that he was hard done by the umpires for adjudging him caught behind even when replays suggested no clear nick
The BCB has decided to pay the PCB $325,000 as compensation for postponing the two tours to Pakistan in 2012
With a 45-run win in the sixth Youth ODI in Chittagong, Bangladesh Under-19s extended their lead to 5-1 over South Africa Under-19s in the seven-match series.
A round-up of IPL news on April 3, 2015
The Mumbai Cricket Association has decided to withhold the match fees of Sarfaraz Khan and Suryakumar Yadav as a punishment for their on and off-field indiscipline
Bangladesh Under-19s edged South Africa Under-19s by one wicket in the seventh and final Youth ODI in Chittagong to complete an emphatic 6-1 series win
Richie Benaud dies  (102) 
Richie Benaud, the former Australia captain, journalist and legendary broadcaster, has died in Sydney aged 84
A partnership of 178 between Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim set up a total of 329, Bangladesh's highest in ODIs, and a 79-run win that backed up their claims of entering the series as favourites
Waqar Younis, the Pakistan head coach, has said that players with the "right attitude will stay" in the side
Anikt Keshri, a former Bengal Under-19 cricketer, died on Monday morning in Kolkata having encountered a freakish accident on the cricket field last Friday
Younis Khan, the Pakistan batsman, has pulled out of his deal to play for Yorkshire this season but the club have moved swiftly to sign Indian Test No.3 Cheteshwar Pujara.
Six years ago England were denied by West Indies' last-wicket pair in Antigua but in 2015 it was an outstanding maiden first-class hundred from Jason Holder which earned the hosts a draw
The BCB has revealed it has ended its contract with Aamby Valley, an affiliate of Sahara India Parivar, 15 months before it was scheduled to end
In an interaction with match officials during the IPL officials' conclave, Rohit Sharma is believed to have urged umpires not to intervene when players are involved in banter that stays within
Younis Khan, the Pakistan batsman, has pulled out of his deal to play for Yorkshire this season but the club have moved swiftly to sign Indian Test No.3 Cheteshwar Pujara.
A round-up of IPL news on April 9, 2015
India Cements Limited has proposed to transfer control of Chennai Super Kings to a trust, which has N Srinivasan among the trustees, at only Rs five lakh (approx. $8000), as part of the process to
The dysfunctional relationship between the BCB and PCB will be put aside as Bangladesh and Pakistan play their first bilateral series since December 2011
Few sights in sport are more intoxicating than an irresistible talent emerging. Those at the Oval were privileged that, at 17, Daniel Lawrence looked just that as he became the third youngest
On the same day that Bangladesh saved their run-fest Test against Pakistan, the other international taking place followed a very different path as 18 wickets tumbled on the second day in Barbados -
A sizeable crowd had turned up at The Swalec Stadium to see Kevin Pietersen's return to first-class cricket in his bid to regain his place in England's Test team, but instead they were treated to fine
Shakib Al Hasan believes that Bangladesh should start as favourites in the ODI series against Pakistan later this month, and said it was their best chance to beat the side