Bangladesh Beat Zimbabwe To Stay In Tournament

Bangladesh claimed their first win of the Tri-Nations Twenty20 series in Zimbabwe, beating the hosts by six wickets with 15 balls to spare. Their confident run chase keeps them in with a chance of winning the tournament and ends Zimbabwe's run of two wins from their opening matches.
21 June 2012

Zimbabwe Stun South Africa With 29-Run Victory

Zimbabwe beat South Africa by 29 runs to maintain a perfect start to the Tri-Nations Twenty20 series they are hosting in Harare. They followed up an 11-run win over Bangladesh in their opening game with a clinical performance, scoring 176 for four before bowling South Africa out for 147.
20 June 2012

Amla Guides South Africa To Opening Win

South Africa's batting proved too strong for Bangladesh as they got their triangular series in Harare off to a winning start with a 39-run win. After winning the toss and electing to bat, South Africa raced to 70 without loss in the seventh over, as Richard Levi blasted 37 from only 21 balls and partnered skipper Hashim Amla.
19 June 2012

Masakadza Blasts Zimbabwe To Victory In Opener

Hamilton Masakadza blasted 62 in 35 balls as Zimbabwe beat Bangladesh by 11 runs in the opening game of the Twenty20 tri-series they are hosting in Harare. His innings helped the home side reach 154 for six and in reply, Bangladesh closed on 143 for five, Christopher Mpofu impressing with two for 20.
18 June 2012

Johan Botha Ruled Out Of Twenty20 Tri-Series

South Africa off-spinner Johan Botha has been ruled out of the Twenty20 International tri-series in Zimbabwe with a knee injury. He was due to captain the Proteas in Zimbabwe, where they will also take on Bangladesh, and his place in charge of the team has been handed to Hashim Amla.
14 June 2012

Bangladesh Add Twenty20s In Netherlands To Europe Tour

Bangladesh will follow up their recently-announced tour of Ireland with a brace of Twenty20 Internationals in the Netherlands. They will leave Ireland, where they play three matches, on 22nd July ahead of a game apiece against Scotland and the Netherlands on 24th July.
4 June 2012

Ireland To Host Bangladesh For Three Twenty20s

Bangladesh will tour Ireland and play three Twenty20 Internationals in July as both teams step up their preparations for the ICC World Twenty20. The Twenty20 matches will be played in Belfast on 18th, 20th and 21st July following a warm-up game against an Ireland XI on 16th July.
2 June 2012

Bangladesh Recall Ashraful And Name Two New Caps

Bangladesh have recalled former captain Mohammad Ashraful to their 15-man squad for the Twenty20 International tri-nations series in Zimbabwe. South Africa are also involved in the series and Bangladesh have also handed a recall to batsman Junaidd Siddique.
31 May 2012

Richard Pybus Named As New Bangladesh Coach

Former Pakistan coach Richard Pybus has been named as the new head coach of Bangladesh and he will replace Australian Stuart Law. Law will leave the job in June having opted to stand down one year into his two-year contract while Pybus has signed a two-year deal.
30 May 2012

Mannofield Unable To Host Scotland-Canada Matches

Cricket Scotland has announced that venues for upcoming international matches against Canada have been switched from Aberdeen's Mannofield ground. They will now play the Intercontinental Cup game at Uddingston and the two One-Day Internationals at Citylets Grange as Mannofield continues to undergo repairs to the square following vandalism last year.
30 May 2012

Kenya-Namibia Matches Postponed Until September

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that a series of three matches between Kenya and Namibia have been postponed. The two sides were due to play an ICC Intercontinental Cup match and then two one-day games in Nairobi in June.
16 May 2012

South Africa Say No To Hosting Bangladesh

Cricket South Africa (CSA) have turned down a request from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) to tour for a series of limited overs matches. Following the postponement of Bangladesh's tour of Pakistan, they had approached South Africa with the intention of playing in May.
25 April 2012

Bangladesh Tour Of Pakistan Postponed

Bangladesh's impending tour of Pakistan, scheduled to take place later this month has been postponed. The two countries confirmed that a One-Day International and a Twenty20 International would be played but just ten days before the first match is slated to be played, the Bangladesh High Court has intervened.
19 April 2012

Law To Step Down As Bangladesh Head Coach

Bangladesh head coach Stuart Law is to resign in June, bringing an end to his spell in charge one year into a two-year contract due to family reasons. Law led Bangladesh to the Asia Cup final on home soil in March, which they narrowly lost to Pakistan.
16 April 2012

Bangladesh Set To Tour Pakistan In Late April

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that Bangladesh will tour Pakistan to play two limited overs internationals in Lahore later this month. A One-Day International is scheduled for 29th April and the Twenty20 International will take place one day later.
15 April 2012

Afghanistan Shock Netherlands With Three-Wicket Win

18-year-old Afsar Zazai marked his first-class debut by hitting an unbeaten 87 to guide Afghanistan to an impressive come-from-behind victory over the Netherlands in the ICC Intercontinental Cup in Sharjah. He came to the crease with his side at 86 for four chasing 233 to win and they were in more trouble at 111 for six but his innings turned the match on its head.
4 April 2012

Pakistan Win By Two Runs To Clinch Asia Cup Title

Pakistan clinched their second Asia Cup title with a hard-fought two-run win over Bangladesh in a fittingly thrilling finale to the tournament in Mirpur. Needing nine to win from the final over, Bangladesh could only manage six as Aizaz Cheema held his nerve to secure a tight victory for Pakistan.
22 March 2012

Bangladesh Qualify For Asia Cup Final By Beating Sri Lanka

Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by five wickets in the final group game of the Asia Cup 2012 to secure their place in the final against Pakistan. Sri Lanka were bowled out for 232 and after Bangladesh were set a target of 212 in 40 overs after a rain break, they reached 212 for five in 37.1 overs.
20 March 2012

Superb Kohli Keeps India's Asia Cup Hopes Alive

A stunning innings of 183 in 148 balls from Virat Kohli drove India to a six-wicket win over Pakistan that keeps their Asia Cup hopes alive. Despite conceding 330 in less than 48 overs to cede defeat, Pakistan are at least safe in the knowledge that they will contest the final on 22nd March - when either India or Bangladesh will be their opponents.
18 March 2012

Cricket Video - Asia Cup 2012 - Bangladesh Too Good Despite Tendulkar Ton - Cricket World TV

A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news from as we look at Bangladesh beating India despite Sachin Tendulkar hitting his 100th 100 in Mirpur.
16 March 2012


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