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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in Australia, New Zealand

Feb 14 - Mar 29 2015

The 11th edition of the World Cup

The 2015 Cricket World Cup will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand. The location of the games will be evenly split, with the day-night final match to be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 29.
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Bangladesh in the 2015 Cricket World Cup

Groups, News, Schedule

Bangladesh Cricket World Cup 2015

Bangladesh Squad

Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque, Soumya Sarkar, Mominul Haque, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Nasir Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Taskin Ahmed, Al-Amin Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Arafat Sunny, Taijul Islam.

2015 Cricket World Cup Groups

Group A

Australia (co-host)
New Zealand (co-host)
Sri Lanka

Group B

South Africa
West Indies

India in Bangladesh 2014

Jun 15 to 19 2014

India to play 3 ODIs

India will play three ODIs in Bangladesh. All three ODIs will be at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka and are slated to start at 11 am BDT (10:30 am IST). The week-long tour to Bangladesh was announced only a month ago and, with India resting marquee names like MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, R Ashwin, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Ravindra Jadeja, interest from broadcasters is low. The Indian side will be led by Suresh Raina.
India vs Bangladesh Cricket Series 2014

Teams and Schedule

India Squad: Suresh Raina (captain), Robin Uthappa, Ajinkya Rahane, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ambati Rayudu, Manoj Tiwary, Kedar Jadhav, Wriddhiman Saha (wicketkeeper), Parvez Rasool, Akshar Patel, Vinay Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Stuart Binny, Mohit Sharma and Amit Mishra.

Bangladesh Squad: Mushfiqur Rahim (captain/wicketkeeper), Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque, Shamsur Rahman, Mominul Haque, Shakib Al Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Mahmudullah, Mithun Ali, Abdur Razzak, Mashrafe Mortaza, Sohag Gazi, Ziaur Rahman, Al-Amin Hossain, Taskin Ahmed.

All matches are D/N and will start at 07:00 GMT | 13:00 local | 03:00 EDT.

2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka

Bangladesh's matches in World T20 2012

2012 world twenty20 cricketThe ICC World Twenty20 2012 tournament consisting of 27 Twenty20 matches will be hosted by Sri Lanka in Sep-Oct 2012. The first T20 match will be between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe on September 18, 2012 at 19:30 local time to be played at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, Hambantota. Latest News from the ICC World Twenty20 2012: WT20 2012 Cup Index | Championship Schedule | Groups & Points | Teams | WT20 Warm-up Matches
Date and TimeMatchVenue
Fri Sep 21
15:30 local | 10:00 GMT | 06:00 EDT
Group D:
5th T20 - New Zealand vs Bangladesh
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Tue Sep 25
19:30 local | 14:00 GMT | 10:00 EDT
Group D:
12th T20 - Bangladesh vs Pakistan
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy

12th Match, Group D: Bangladesh vs Pakistan ICC World Twenty20 2012

Pakistan blasts Bangladesh, Completes Super Eight Lineup

Bangladesh Cricket team Pakistan Cricket team Pakistan bludgeoned Bangladesh out of the World Twenty20 and successfully reached the Super Eights round with a ruthless batting display. Imran Nazir blasted 72 off 36 balls - tournament's fastest half-century - to help propel Pakistan past the 176-run victory target with eight balls to spare. Nazir slammed nine fours and three sixes in an opening stand of 124 off 81 balls with skipper Mohammad Hafeez (45). Earlier Bangladesh set Pakistan a daunting task after posting 175 for six, thanks to a classy innings of 84 by Shakib Al Hasan that included two sixes and 11 boundaries.
Bangladesh vs Pakistan World T20: Pakistan 178/2 (Nazir 72, Hafeez 45) beat Bangladesh 175/6 (Shakib 84, Arafat 3-25) by eight wickets

5th Match, Group D: New Zealand vs Bangladesh ICC World Twenty20 2012

Record-breaking McCullum leads New Zealand's rout of Bangladesh

Bangladesh Cricket team New Zealand Cricket team Brendon McCullum smashed a record 123 off 58 balls - the highest ever Twenty20 score - to help New Zealand humble Bangladesh by 59 runs. The 30-year-old right hander smashed seven sixes and 11 boundaries as New Zealand reached 191-3 in their 20 allotted overs. In return, Bangladesh could score just 132 for eight.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh World T20: New Zealand 191/3 (McCullum 123) beat Bangladesh 132/8 (Nasir Hossain 50, Southee 3-16, Mills 3-33) by 59 runs

Bangladesh squad for World T20

Team to tour Trinidad and Tobago

Pace-bowling allrounder Farhad Reza only surprise

Bangladesh Cricket team Pace-bowling allrounder Farhad Reza replaces Nazmul Hossain, and is the only change in an otherwise settled 15-member Bangladesh squad. Bangladesh will take on New Zealand on September 21 before meeting Pakistan on September 25. Team Bangladesh for ICC World T20: Mushfiqur Rahim (Captain), Mahmudullah, Tamim Iqbal, Mohammad Ashraful, Junaid Siddique, Jahurul Islam, Shakib Al Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Ziaur Rahman, Elias Sunny, Abdur Razzak, Mashrafe Mortaza, Shafiul Islam, Farhad Reza, Abul Hasan.

Seven discarded internationals and six uncapped players in Bangladesh Squad

All current national players in the 30

Fast bowler Rubel fails to make World Twenty20

Bangladesh Cricket team Bangladesh have excluded injured fast bowler Rubel Hossain from their preliminary squad for the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka in September. The 30-man party features six uncapped players in Mominul Haque, Sabbir Rahman, Sohag Gazi, Kazi Kamrul Islam, Al-Amin Hossain and Alauddin Babu. Bangladesh Squad: Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Junaid Siddique, Jahurul Islam, Anamul Haque, Mohammad Ashraful, Shakib Al Hasan, Alok Kapali, Shuvagata Hom, Mominul Haque, Raqibul Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Naeem Islam, Nasir Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Abdur Razzak, Enamul Haque jrn, Elias Sunny, Sohag Gazi, Mashrafe Mortaza, Farhad Reza, Shafiul Islam, Nazmul Hossain, Ziaur Rahman, Abul Hasan, Shahadat Hossain, Kazi Kamrul Islam, Al-Amin Hossain, Alauddin Babu.

Asia Cup, 2012 - India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan

Asia Cup Final: Bangladesh vs Pakistan

Pakistan pull off a two run victory against Bangladesh in a thriller Final to take Asia Cup

Bangladesh needed 4 runs from the last ball to take their first Asia Cup, but were only able to score 2 runs. Bangladesh, who won the toss and elected to field were able to restrict Pakistan to 239/9 in 50 ov. Abdul Razzak took 2 wickets conceding only 26 runs and his 10 over spell included 3 maidens. For Pakistan, Sarfraz Ahmed and Mohammed Hafeez made notable contributions of 46 and 40 runs respectively.Bangladesh started off swinging, with opener Tamim Iqbal scoring 60 runs. They lost their first wicket only in the 16th over, when Nazimuddin fell to Afridi for 16. Jahurul Islam fell for no runs in the very next over. Shakib Al Hasan was the top batsman for Bangladesh scoring 68 runs. He was also named Player of the Series. For Pakistan, Cheema took 3 wickets in 7 overs giving away only 46 runs.Even though Pakistan won the Asia Cup, the memorable team of this tournament have defintely been Bangladesh, who beat both India and Sri Lanka on their way to the Final, and came very close to beating Pakistan twice.
Asia Cup Final: Pakistan 236/9 in 50 ov beat Bangladesh 234/8 in 50 ov by 2 runs

Asia Cup: Points Table

Tigers' victory over Sri Lanka eliminates India from Asia Cup

TeamsPlayedWonTiedLossNo ResultNRR Points
Sri Lanka30030-0.8870

Asia Cup: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Bangladesh to meet Pakistan in the finals

Bangladesh have reached the Asia Cup final for the first time after chasing down the revised 212 target with 17 balls and five wickets to spare against Sri Lanka. Put into bat, Sri Lanka were all out for 232 in 49.5 overs.Reported earlier: Indian cricket fans will be praying for a Sri Lankan victory when they take on hosts Bangladesh today in their last league match, the result of which will determine India's fate in the Asia Cup cricket tournament. Virat Kohli smashed a blistering 183 off 148 balls as India produced their highest ever run chase to beat Pakistan by six wickets on Sunday. But Pakistan, despite a crushing six-wicket defeat, are in the Asia Cup final, while India, with two wins, need Sri Lanka – out of the tournament – to beat Bangladesh to ensure they join their arch rivals in the finals. Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim (Captain), Imrul Kayes, Tamim Iqbal, Mohammad Nazimuddin, Jahurul Islam, Mohammad Mahmudullah, Shakib Al Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Mashrafe Mortaza, Abdur Razzak, Elias Sunny, Nazmul Hossain, Shahadat Hossain and Anamul Haque. Sri Lanka: Mahela Jayawardene (Captain), Tillakaratne Dilshan, Upul Tharanga, Kumar Sangakkara, Dinesh Chandimal, Lahiru Thirimanne, Thisara Perera, Farveez Maharoof, Sachithra Senanayake, Nuwan Kulasekara, Lasith Malinga, Seekkuge Prasanna, Suranga Lakmal and Shaminda Eranga.
Asia Cup Match 6: Bangladesh 212/5 in 37.1/40 ov beat Sri Lanka 232/10 in 49.5 ov by 5 wickets (D/L method)

Asia Cup: Pakistan vs India

Virat Kohli spearheads India's highest-ever run chase in ODIs, beat Pakistan by 6 wickets

Chasing a huge target of 330 to win, India rode on Virat Kohli’s career-best 183 to reach the target in 47.5 overs losing only 4 wickets. He clobbered 183 off 148 balls with the help of 22 boundaries and a six, to help India register their highest-ever run chase in one-day cricket. Virat Kohli and Tendulkar (52 off 48) added 133 runs for the second wicket after they lost opener Gautam Gambhir in the very first over of the game. Kohli later added 172 runs for the third wicket with Rohit Sharma (68 off 83). For Pakistan, openers Hafeez and Nasir Jamshed smashed centuries as Pakistan reached a formidable 329-6 after winning the toss. Pakistan didn't lose a wicket until the 36th over, with the team on 224-1. Dhoni used eight bowlers, Ashok Dinda finishing with figures of 2-47, and Praveen Kumar taking two wickets for 77 runs. If Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka on Tuesday, then the hosts will go through to the final. Else, India will meet Pakistan.Reported earlier: The sub-continental rivals gear up for a vital clash in the Asia Cup at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Sunday, in which India has to defeat Pakistan to stay alive in the tournament. For Pakistan the encounter is a chance for them to avenge the World Cup semi-final defeat in Mohali (by 29 runs) on Mar 30, 2011, their last meeting. In the 2010 Asia cup too, Pakistan lost to India (by 3 wickets).
Asia Cup Match 5: India 330/4 in 47.5 (Sachin 52, Kohli 183, Rohit 68) beat Pakistan 329/6 in 50 ov (Mohammad Hafeez 105, Nasir Jamshed 112) by 6 wickets

Asia Cup: India vs Bangladesh

Bangladesh beat India by 5 wickets despite Sachin scoring his 100th hundred.

Sachin Tendulkar scored his 100th international century on Friday against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup encounter at Mirpur, Dhaka. The 38-year-old completed his landmark century, his 49th in one-day cricket, in 138 balls. The right-hander, who holds the record for scoring the most Test and one-day runs, has also scored 51 Test tons.
Leading playersCountryInt'l
Sachin TendulkarIndia1005149
Ricky PontingAustralia714130
Jacques KallisSouth Africa594217
Brian LaraWest Indies533419
Rahul DravidIndia483612
Sunil GavaskarIndia35341
Don BradmanAustralia2929-

India, who batted first were able to get a respectable score of 283 at the loss of 5 wickets. The Little Master's much awaited 100th hundred was definitely the highlight of the Indian innings. Virat Kohli's 66 and Raina's 51 also contributed to the total. The Bangladesh innings hit a bump when they lost opener Nazimuddin in the 4th over, but the rest of the line-up held up leading Bangladesh to their first win against India in 5 years. Though Tamim Iqbal was the top-scorer, it was some splendid batting by Shakib Al Hasan (49 off 31 balls) and Mushfiqur Rahim (46 off 25 balls, not out) that helped Bangladesh pull off this huge upset.

The next match is the highly anticipated India - Pakistan clash which will take place on March 18th. The two rivals haven't played against each other in more than a year. India need a win against Pakistan to get into the Asia Cup final, especially after this unexpected loss to Bangladesh today.
Asia Cup Match 4: Bangladesh 293/5 in 49.2 ov (Tamim Iqbal 70, Kumar 3-56) beat India 289/5 in 50 ovs (Tendulkar 114, Kohli 66, Raina 51)

Asia Cup: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka out of Asia Cup after losing to Pakistan

Sri Lanka, who needed a win to keep their hopes of reaching the final alive, played poor shots and threw their wickets away as Pakistan picked up the last six for just 27 runs at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Wednesday. Chasing a modest victory target of 188 runs, Pakistan batted sensibly after losing three quick wickets. They were tottering at 33/3 at one stage, but skipper Misbahul Haq (76 not out off 93 balls) and young Umar Akmal (77 off 72 balls) halted further loss and steadied the innings with a 153-runs fourth wicket partnership.If India beat Bangladesh on Thursday, fans can look forward to two India-Pakistan games, the round-robin match on Sunday and then the final on Thursday.
Asia Cup Match 3: Pakistan 189/4 in 39.5 ovs (Misbah-ul-Haq 72, Umar Akmal 77) beat Sri Lanka 188 in 45.4 (Sangakkara 71, Tharanga 57, Cheema 4-43) by 6 wickets

Asia Cup: India vs Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka crumbles chasing 305, lose to India

Pacers Irfan Pathan (4 for 32) and Vinay Kumar (3 for 55) and spinner R Ashwin (3 for 39) scripted a middle-order collapse to bowl Sri Lanka out for 254 and earn India a 50-run victory at the Shere-e-Bangla National Stadium.Earlier Gautham Gambhir (100) and Kohli (108) put on a 205-run partnership for the second wicket after India lost Sachin for just 6. It was Kohli's 10th ODI ton in just his 80th innings, which obliterated the previous record of 99 innings set by Gordon Greenidge.
The defending champions ended up with 304 for 3 wickets in their 50 overs with the help of some lusty hits by captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (46* off 26 balls) and Suresh Raina (30* off 17 balls) in the slog overs.
Asia Cup Match 2: India 304/3 in 50 ov (Gambhir 100, Kohli 108) beat Sri Lanka 254 in 45.1 ovs (Sangakkara 65, Jayawardene 78) by 50 runs

Asia Cup: Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Pakistan win despite Shakib heroics

Pakistan beat a spirited Bangladeshi side by 21 runs, with 11 balls remaining. Bangladesh was all out for 241, chasing the Pakistan score of 262/8. Shakib Al Hasan top scored with 64, while Umar Gul took 3 for 58.
Asia Cup Match 1: Pakistan 262/8 in 50 ov (Hafeez 89, Jamshed 54, Gul 39, Shahadat 3-53) beat Bangladesh 241 in 48.1 ov (Shakib 64, Tamim 64, Gul 3-58) by 21 runs

Asia Cup squad: Sehwag dropped from Indian Team

Umesh, Zaheer rested, Sachin Tendulkar in Asia Cup squad

The 15-member squad for the Asia Cup announced on Wednesday did not feature Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan and Umesh Yadav. The Board for Control of Cricket in India said Sehwag has been rested on fitness grounds, but there are reports that this is a fallout from the Dhoni vs Sehwag spat. Selection committee chairman Krishnamachari Srikkanth however told the reporters that opener Virender Sehwag and pace spearhead Zaheer Khan were not dropped and have been "rested purely on fitness ground". Besides the two, young pacer Umesh Yadav has also been left out of the team because of injury concern. Tendulkar, who made 143 runs in 7 matches in Australia, with a best of 48 has been stuck on 99 international centuries since March 12, 2011. He will get chance to reach the unprecedented landmark in Bangladesh. India Squad: MS Dhoni (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Sachin Tendulkar, Gautam Gambhir, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, R Ashwin, Praveen Kumar, Ravindra Jadeja, R Vinay, Rahul Sharma, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, Ashok Dinda.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 in Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka

India vs Sri Lanka - ICC cricket world cup 2011 Final

ICC World Cup 2011 Final
India Cricket team IND vs SRL Sri Lanka Cricket team
Saturday, 2 April 2011 at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
India Cricket World Cup 2011
Cricket World Cup

ICC World Cup Final, India vs Sri Lanka - India power to World Cup triumph

India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets in a pulsating final to deliver World Cup glory to their cricket-mad population for the first time since 1983. Sri Lanka smashed 91 from their last 10 overs to post 274-6 in Mumbai, with Mahela Jayawardene making a superb 103. India lost Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar early on but Gautam Gambhir and Mahendra Dhoni rebuilt the innings. Gambhir was out for 97, but captain Dhoni's brilliant unbeaten 91 led India to a famous win with 10 balls to spare.
India 277 for 4 (Gambhir 97, Dhoni 91*) beat Sri Lanka 274 for 6 (Jayawardene 103*, Sangakkara 48) by six wickets

ICC World Cup Cricket Quarter Finals

DateStart TimeMatchVenue
Wed Mar 2308:30 GMT | 14:30 local | 04:30 EDT 1st Quarter Final
Pakistan v West Indies
(Match C)
Thu Mar 2409:00 GMT | 14:30 local | 05:00 EDT2nd Quarter Final
India v Australia
(Match E)
Fri Mar 2508:30 GMT | 14:30 local | 04:30 EDT3rd Quarter Final
New Zealand v South Africa
(Match F)
Sat Mar 2609:00 GMT | 14:30 local | 05:00 EDT4th Quarter Final
Sri Lanka v England
(Match D)


ICC World Cup Cricket Group A

Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts
Pakistan 6 5 1 0 0 10
Sri Lanka 6 4 1 0 1 9
Australia 6 4 1 0 1 9
New Zealand 6 4 2 0 0 8
Zimbabwe 6 2 4 0 0 4
Canada 6 1 5 0 0 2
Kenya 6 0 60 0 0

ICC World Cup Cricket Group B

Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts
South Africa 6 5 1 0 0 10
India 6 4 1 1 0 9
England 6 3 2 1 0 7
West Indies 6 3 3 0 0 6
Bangladesh 6 3 3 0 0 6
Ireland 6 2 4 0 0 4
Netherlands 6 0 6 0 0 0

ICC World Cup 39th Match, Bangladesh v South Africa, Group B - Abject Bangladesh surrender meekly

South Africa eliminated the co-hosts and put England through to the quarter-finals with a massive 206-run victory in Mirpur. Jacques Kallis top-scored with 69 and Faf du Plessis hit a run-a-ball 52 as South Africa raced to 8-284 after Graeme Smith won the toss and elected to bat first. Needing a win to have any chance of qualifying for the quarter-finals, Bangladesh produced an abject batting display to be all out for 78.
South Africa 284 for 8 (Kallis 69, du Plessis 52, Amla 51, Rubel 3-56) beat Bangladesh 78 (Shakib 30, Peterson 4-12, Tsotsobe 3-14) by 206 runs

ICC World Cup 32nd Match, Bangladesh v Netherlands, Group B - Bangladesh cruise past Netherlands

Co-hosts Bangladesh boosted their hopes of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the World Cup as they eased to victory over the Netherlands in Chittagong. The six-wicket win means England must beat West Indies and hope other results go their way - or be eliminated.
Bangladesh 166 for 4 (Kayes 73*) beat Netherlands 160 (ten Doeschate 53*, Razzak 3-29) by six wickets

ICC World Cup 28th Match, Bangladesh v England, Group B - Bangladesh rally to shock England

Bangladesh weathered a batting collapse to pull off a shock World Cup win, after England hit a modest 225 in Chittagong but looked on course to defend it after taking five wickets for 14 runs between the 30th and 40th over. A heroic ninth-wicket stand between Shafiul Islam and Mahmudullah - 58 from 56 balls - resulted in a remarkable two-wicket win that was sealed with six deliveries remaining.
Bangladesh 227 for 8 (Kayes 60, Shahzad 3-63) beat England 225 (Trott 67, Morgan 63) by two wickets

ICC World Cup 19th Match, Bangladesh v West Indies, Group B - West Indies team bus stoned in Dhaka following Bangladesh's lowest-ever ODI total of 58

The bus carrying the West Indies players has been stoned on its way back to the team hotel after they thrashed Bangladesh by nine wickets in Mirpur. A Bangladesh police official said the fans had mistaken the West Indies bus for the Bangladesh bus. The West Indies had produced a thumping performance to beat Bangaldesh by 9 wickets in their World Cup Group B match at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka earlier.Bangladesh were dismissed for 58, its lowest score in a World Cup. They were blown out inside 19 overs on a decent pitch to finish with the fourth lowest total in World Cup history. West Indies, led by Chris Gayle with 37 not out, took less than 13 overs to reach the winning target.
36 Canada vs. Sri Lanka Paarl, 2003
45 Canada vs. England Manchester, 1979
45 Namibia vs. Australia Potchefstroom, 2003
58 Bangladesh vs. West Indies Dhaka, 2011
68 Scotland vs. West Indies Leicester, 1999
West Indies 59 for 1 (Gayle 37*) beat Bangladesh 58 (Benn 4-18) by nine wickets

ICC World Cup 8th Match, Bangladesh v Ireland, Group B - First victory for Bangladesh

Bangladesh spinners, so ineffective against India, rediscovered their magical touch on Friday to fashion an exciting 27-run win over Ireland in a low-scoring Group B match of the 2011 World Cup at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Shafiul Islam, who passed a last minute fitness test, took four wickets for 10 runs in five overs to send Ireland crashing to a 27 runs defeat as Bangladesh ended three years, 10 months and 10 days of waiting for revenge for their defeat at the last World Cup in Barbados.Andre Botha (3-32) was the pick of the Irish bowlers, but they were reduced to 110-5 in reply on a slow pitch. Niall O'Brien (38) and Kevin O'Brien (37) got the Irish close, but they were 178 all out.
Bangladesh 205 (Tamim 44, Botha 3-32, Johnston 3-40) beat Ireland 178 (Shafiul 4-21) by 27 runs

ICC World Cup Match 1, India v Bangladesh, Group B - Sehwag and Kohli set up massive win for India

India defeated Bangladesh by 87 runs in the first match of the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Opener Virender Sehwag ignored an injury to smash 175 - his second World Cup century - to lift India to a massive 370-4 on Saturday at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirapur, Dhaka. He added 203 runs with Virat Kohli for the third wicket with the latter also completing a century in the final over. Kohli finished on 100 not out off 83 balls in his World Cup debut.Bangladesh made 283 for nine in 50 overs with opener Tamim Iqbal top scoring with 70 and captain Shakib-al-Hasan scoring 55. For India, pacer Munaf Patel picked up four for 48 from 10 overs. Earlier Bangladesh Captain Shakib won the toss and put India to bat. Bangladesh team
Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Junaid Siddique, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Raqibul Hasan, Naeem Islam, Mahmudullah, Abdur Razzak, Shafiul Islam, Rubel Hossain India team
SR Tendulkar, V Sehwag, G Gambhir, V Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, YK Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, S Sreesanth, MM Patel.
India 370 for 4 (Sehwag 175, Kohli 100*) beat Bangladesh 283 for 9 (Tamim 70, Shakib 55, Munaf 4-48) by 87 runs

ICC World Cup Match 1, India v Bangladesh, Group B - Preview

India takes on Bangladesh in the 2011 World Cup opener on Saturday in Dhaka's Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium with a chance to exact revenge for a shock loss in the previous edition four years ago which ensured India's early exit in the first round of the 2007 tournament in the Caribbean. On paper, the day-night clash may look like a no-contest with tournament favourites India having won 20 of their 22 one-day matches against the Tigers. India have enjoyed an impressive run over the last three years, which has taken Dhoni's men to the top of the Test rankings and made them number two behind Australia in the one-dayers. With Sehwag, Sachin, Gambhir and Yuvraj Singh adding to a top-heavy line-up and Dhoni and the explosive Yusuf Pathan coming down the order, Harbhajan Singh has been pushed to number eight despite two Test centuries to his credit.

2010 ICC World Twenty20, The West Indies

ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010

World Twenty20 2010 Final: England vs Australia - England wins Twenty/20 World Cup

Man of the match Craig Kieswetter scored a wonderful half century (63) to steer his team to a comprehensive 7 wicket victory over Australia after England bowlers restricted them to just three sixes and ten fours in 20 overs. The current 50 overs World Cup and Champions Trophy holders Australia could only score 147 for six, with David Hussey's 59 the top score.Looking for their first ever Cricket World Cup win (in any format), South Africa-born batsmen Kevin Pietersen (47) and Craig Kieswetter were involved in a 111-run partnership for the second wicket. Pietersen was named man of the tournament for scoring 248 runs.
World Twenty20 2010 Final: England 148/3 (Craig Kieswetter 63, Kevin Pietersen 47) beat Australia 147/6 (David Hussey 59) by seven wickets.

Group Stage match 4: Pakistan hold off Tigers

Defending champions Pakistan survived a spirited Bangladesh fight-back to win their opening World Twenty20 in a Goup A match. Openers Salman Butt (73) and Kamran Akmal (73) set up the victory as they both hit 73 to help Pakistan to an imposing 172 for three.
Mohammad Ashraful (65) and skipper Shakib Al Hasan (47) kept the Tigers alive though, putting on 91 runs for the third wicket. Mohammad Sami removed the dangerous Shakib and Mahmudullah in the same over before getting Mushifuqur Rahim caught in the deep to finish with figures of three for 29. Pakistan: Kamran Akmal (Wicket Keeper), Salman Butt, Mohammad Hafeez, Shahid Afridi (Captain), Umar Akmal, Fawad Alam, Misbah-ul-Haq, Abdul Razzaq, Mohammad Aamer, Mohammad Sami, Saeed Ajmal Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Mohammad Ashraful, Shakib Al Hasan (Captain), Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim (Wicket Keeper), Naeem Islam, Suhrawadi Shuvo, Shafiul Islam, Mashrafe Mortaza, Abdur Razzak
World Twenty20 Match 4: Pakistan 172/3 (Butt 73, Akmal 73) beat Bangladesh 151/7 (Ashraful 65, Sami 3-29) by 21 runs

India vs Bangladesh Test Series 2010

India Bangladesh

India vs Bangladesh Test Series in Bangladesh, January 2010

India vs Bangladesh 2-Test Series

India will play two tests against Bangladesh after the completion of the tri-nation one-day international series featuring Sri Lanka in January, 2010.
Two-Test Series Schedule:
Jan 17-21 2010: 1st Test, Bangladesh vs India at Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong - Match starts at 03:30 GMT/09:00 IST
Jan 24-28 2010: 2nd Test, Bangladesh vs India at Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka - Match starts at 03:30 GMT/09:00 IST

2nd Test, Bangladesh vs India, in Dhaka

Dhaka Test, 4th day: India complete series sweep as Zaheer routs Bangladesh (BAN-IND: 0-2|2)

Indian left-arm seamer Zaheer Khan claimed three wickets in four balls in a dramatic spell at Dhaka as the home side collapsed from their overnight score of 228/3 to 312 all out in the first over after lunch. Khan added four more wickets to his three overnight to end with a career-best seven for 87 in the second innings and 10 wickets in the match.
India knocked off the two runs required to raise a comprehensive 10-wicket victory with a full day and close to two sessions to spare.Zaheer Khan won both the man of the match and the man of the series awards. With this win, the Indians made a clean-sweep of the series, winning it 2-0 after also winning both their ODIs against Bangladesh in the tri-series earlier.
2nd Test, Dhaka, 4th day: India 544/8 decl (Tendulkar 143, Dravid 111 retd hurt, Dhoni 89) and 2/0 beat Bangladesh 233 (Mahmudullah 96*, Ishant 4-66, Zaheer 3-62) and 312 (Tamim 151, Zaheer 7 for 87) by ten wickets

Dhaka Test, 3rd day: India gain huge lead after Dhoni's 89

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (89) struck a half century as India declared their first innings at 544 for eight at lunch on the third day. Dhoni got good support from Ishant Sharma (13) and the duo added 51 runs for the seventh wicket. After Ishant's dismissal, Dhoni and Pragyan Ojha (1) scored 26 runs. Yuvraj Singh didn't bat due to a ligament tear in his left wrist, and has been ruled out for the rest of the ongoing second Test.India's lead of 311 was reduced to 84 as Tamim hit a brisk 151 and was involved in a 200-run stand with Junaid Siddique (55). The stand between Iqbal and Siddique is the highest ever for Bangladesh for any wicket. At stumps, Bangladesh were 228 for three.Rahul Dravid, who was admitted to a Dhaka hospital with a suspected fractured jaw after being struck by a deadly bouncer on the second day was released on Tuesday. He is returning to India.
2nd Test, Dhaka, 3rd day: Bangladesh 233 and 228/3 (Tamim 151, Junaid 55) trail India 544/8 decl ( Tendulkar 143, Dravid 111, Dhoni 89, Gambhir 68) by 83 runs

Dhaka Test, 2nd day: Gambhir miss record; Dravid in hospital

Sachin Tendulkar (143) cracked his 45th Test century and Rahul Dravid (111*) his 29th hundred as India posted a massive 459/5 in their first innings at stumps on the second day in reply to Bangladesh's modest total of 233. Gautam Gambhir (68) missed out on equalling Sir Don Bradman's record of six 100s in consecutive Test matches, but equalled the record for most consecutive half-centuries in Tests - 11, with Viv Richards. He and Virender Sehwag (56) put on 103 for the opening wicket before Tendulkar and Dravid consolidated their team's position with a 222-run stand for the third wicket. In doing so, they registered the world record for most century partnerships by any pair in Test Cricket. They now have seventeen 100-plus partnerships, one more than the Australian pair of Mathew Hayden and Ricky Ponting and West Indians Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes.Dravid, who was struck on the helmet while avoiding a bouncer from paceman Shahadat Hossain, was taken to a nearby hospital and has been kept under observation. His 188-ball knock of 111 included 12 fours.
2nd Test, Dhaka, 2nd day: India 459/5 (Tendulkar 143, Dravid 111 retd hurt, Gambhir 68) lead Bangladesh 233 by 226 runs

Dhaka Test, 1st day: Mahmudullah miss ton, India on top

After bowling out Bangladesh for 233, India ended Day one of the 2nd Test at 69/0. Mahmudullah, the number eight batsman, with the tail for company, hit an unbeaten 96 to lift the Bangladesh total beyond the 200-run mark after the Indian pace duo of Zaheer Khan (3-62) and Ishant Sharma (4-66) picked up seven wickets to crush the top order. They were 51/5 at one stage.
Mahmudullah added 78 with the last two batsmen, with Shafiul Islam defying India for 39 balls and Rubel Hossain keeping out 25. In reply, India knocked off 69 runs from just 13 overs, with Virender Sehwag cruising to 41 not out (40 balls, 6 fours). Gautam Gambhir is on 26 (38 balls, 4 fours). It was their fifth consecutive 50 partnership for India.
The wicket is expected to turn as the match progresses.
2nd Test, Dhaka, 1st day: India 69/0 trail Bangladesh 233 (Mahmudullah 96*, Ishant 4-66) by 164 runs

Dhaka Test: India aim for whitewash

MS Dhoni is back in the team in place of Karthik after recovering from his back strain while Pragyan Ojha and Murali Vijay replace Amit Mishra and Laxman respectively for the second Test in Mirpur. Harbhajan Singh will also be in the middle of action after recovering from his stiff neck.Indian left-handed opener Gautam Gambhir is on the verge of equalling Sir Don Bradman's more than 70-year-old record of six centuries in six matches.

Gautam Gambhir's last five consecutive 100s

I InngsII Inngsvs / venuedateResult
16137India vs New Zealand at NapierMar 2009Drawn
23167India vs New Zealand at WellingtonApr 2009Drawn
1114India vs Sri Lanka at AhmedabadNov 2009Drawn
167-India vs Sri Lanka at KanpurNov 2009India won by innings & 44 runs
23116India vs Bangladesh at ChittagongJan 2010India won 113 runs

Bangladesh team: Imrul Kayes, Tamim Iqbal, Junaid Siddique, Mohammad Ashraful, Shakib Al Hasan (Captain), Raqibul Hasan, Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim (Wicket Keeper), Shafiul Islam, Shahadat Hossain, Rubel Hossain.
India team: V Sehwag, G Gambhir, R Dravid, SR Tendulkar, M Vijay, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni (Captain/wkt), Harbhajan Singh, I Sharma, Z Khan, PP Ojha.

1st Test, Bangladesh vs India, in Chittagong

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Chittagong Test, 5th day: India defeat Bangladesh by 113 runs (BAN-IND: 0-1|2)

India on Thursday won the first Test against Bangladesh at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium by 113 runs. Chasing an improbable 414 runs for victory, Bangladesh were bowled out for 301. Bowlers Amit Mishra (4-92) and Ishant Sharma (3-48) shared seven wickets. The only consolation for Bangladesh was an entertaining 101 by wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim. The second and final Test starts in Dhaka on Sunday.
1st Test, Chittagong, 5th day: India 243 (Tendulkar 105, Sehwag 52, Shakib 5-62, Shahadat 5-71) and 413/8 decl (Gambhir 116, Laxman 69, Mishra 50) beat Bangladesh 242 (Mahmudullah 69, Zaheer 3-54, Mishra 3-66) and 301 (Mushfiqur 101, Tamim 52, Mishra 4-92, Ishant 3-48) by 113 runs

Chittagong Test, 4th day: Gambhir's ton puts India in total command

Gautam Gambhir became the fourth batsman to hit centuries in five tests in a row as he put India firmly in control of the first test against Bangladesh.
Gambhir joined Don Bradman, Jacques Kallis and Mohammad Yousuf when he made 116 off 129 balls as India declared on 413/8. The Indian record was held by Rahul Dravid, who hit four centuries in four straight Tests.
Amit Mishra hit his maiden Test fifty (50) and Vangipurappu Laxman added 69 not out, enabling India to post an imposing target of 415 for Bangladesh.Bangladesh were reduced to 67 for two at the close of play, with pacemen Zaheer Khan and Ishant Sharma taking one wicket apiece. Tamim Iqbal (23) and Mohammad Ashraful (16) were the not-out batsmen when stumps were drawn.
1st Test, Chittagong, 4th day: Bangladesh 242 and 67/2 need another 348 runs to beat India 243 and 413/8 decl (Gambhir 116, Laxman 69*, Mishra 50)

Chittagong Test, 3rd day: India take control in Bangladesh Test

Mohammad Mahmudullah (63 not out) hit a maiden half-century and added 108 for the seventh wicket with Mushfiqur Rahim (44) to help the hosts recover from 98-6. Bangladesh were all out for 242 - one run less than India's first innings total.
Zaheer Khan (3/54) and Amit Mishra (3/66) were the main wicket-takers, while Ishant Sharma finished with 2 for 47 and S Sreesanth with 2 for 55.India finished the day on 122 for the loss of Sehwag's wicket in their second innings. Sehwag (45) and Gautam Gambhir (47 not out) gave the team a solid start, putting on 90 runs for the first wicket. Nightwatchman Amit Mishra is unbeaten on 24 off 21 balls.
1st Test, Chittagong, 3rd day: India 243 and 122/1 (Gambhir 47*, Sehwag 45) lead Bangladesh 242 (Mahmudullah 69, Mushfiqur 44, Zaheer 3-54) by 123 runs

Chittagong Test, 2nd day: Tendulkar gets 44th ton, Bad light force early stumps

Sachin Tendulkar's 44th Test century (105*), helped India to reach a first-innings total of 243 as the tourists struggled against the inspired form of Bangladesh attack duo Shahadat Hossain and Shakib Al Hasan, who each completed five-wicket hauls. Bangladesh came out to bat for 4 overs before the lunch break and stamped their authority on the game even further racing to 21. All the runs flowing off Tamim Iqbal's blade.
However, the last three overs before what turned out to be the close of play yielded a wicket each. Yesterday, starting from the 15th over, India lost three wickets for six runs, today, Bangladesh lost three for five.
1st Test, Chittagong, 2nd day: Bangladesh 59/3 (Zaheer 2-32, Ishant 1-14) trail India 243 (Tendulkar 105*, Sehwag 52, Shakib 5-62, Shahadat 5-71) by 184 runs

Chittagong Test, 1st day: 'Ordinary' Bangladesh reduce India to 213 for 8

Sachin Tendulkar (77*), playing his 266th innings in Test cricket - most by any batsman, hit his 55th Test half-century, and also became the first to cross 13,000 runs in Tests, saved the day for India after Shahadat Hossain (4/51) and Shakib Al Hasan (4/52) mowed down the top and middle order for Bangladesh in the first cricket Test in Chittagong. Captain Sehwag had earlier derided the hosts as an ordinary side, questioning their ability to take 20 wickets.The Indians got off to a flying start, with an opening partnership of 79 runs in just 15 overs from Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir (23), before losing six wickets in the post-lunch session.In 162 Tests, Tendulkar has scored at an average of 54.72 with 43 centuries. In 440 ODIs, Tendulkar has amassed 17,394 runs with 45 tons and 93 half-centuries. He is the highest scorer in both Tests and ODIs.
1st Test, Chittagong, 1st day: India 213 for 8 (Tendulkar 76*, Sehwag 52, Shakib 4-52, Shahadat 4-51) v Bangladesh

Dhoni to miss first Test against Bangladesh

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has again been ruled out of a Test match because of back spasms, and Virender Sehwag will be leading the newly crowned number one test team. Sehwag, meanwhile, angered the hosts by terming the tigers as an “ordinary side” adding they do not have the bowling power to take 20 Indian Test wickets. India's batting has been reinforced with the return of veterans Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Venkatsai Laxman. In reply, Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan said that his team is capable of giving a good fight. He added, "India have been ranked number one only recently. I think South Africa and Australia are much better than them."
Match starts at 9 am IST. Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan (Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim, Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Junaid Siddique, Mohammad Ashraful, Raqibul Hossain, Mohammad Mahmudullah, Shahriar Nafees, Shahadat Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Enamul Hossain, Mahbubul Alam, Shafiul Islam. India: Virender Sehwag (Captain), Gautam Gambhir, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Venkatsai Laxman, Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, Amit Mishra, Pragyan Ojha, Ishant Sharma, Murali Vijay, Dinesh Karthik (wicketkeeper), Sudeep Tyagi.

India - Sri Lanka - Bangladesh - 2010 Tri Series

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India, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka - Tri Series in Bangladesh 2010

Bangladesh Tri Series - 2010 Schedule

Bangladesh will host a tri-nation one-day international series featuring India and Sri Lanka in January next year in Dhaka, the BCB has announced. Bangladesh take on Sri Lanka in the opening match on January 4 and the two top teams will face off in the final on January 13. Each team will play the other twice, all day-night games.
Tri-Nation Schedule:
Jan 04 2010: Match 1, Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka (D/N) at Dhaka
Jan 05 2010: Match 2, India vs Sri Lanka (D/N) at Dhaka
Jan 07 2010: Match 3, Bangladesh vs India (D/N) at Dhaka
Jan 08 2010: Match 4, Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka (D/N) at Dhaka
Jan 10 2010: Match 5, Sri Lanka vs India (D/N) at Dhaka
Jan 11 2010: Match 6, Bangladesh vs India (D/N) at Dhaka
Jan 13 2010: Match 7, Final (D/N) at Dhaka

Dhaka Idea Cup Tri-Series 2010

Dhaka Tri-series Final: Raina ton in vain as Sri Lanka lift trophy

Sri Lanka won the 'Idea Cup' tri-nations series by beating India in a one sided ODI finals by 4 wickets. Batting first after losing the toss, India were reduced to 16/3, losing Gambhir (1) in the first over, Virat Kohli (2) and Yuvraj Singh (0) in quick succession. Dhoni (17) and Sewag (42) tried to resurrect the innings, but also fell to the pace of Man of the Match Nuwan Kulasekara (4/48) and Chanaka Welegedara (3/53). India were struggling at 60/5 in the 11th over, before Suresh Raina (106) hammered a brilliant ton to help India towards 245 in 48.2 overs. It was his first ODI century against serious opposition, the first two coming against Hong Kong and Bangladesh.Sangakkara (55), Dilshan (49), Jayawardene (71*) and Samarveera (27) lead Sri Lanka to victory.
Sri Lanka brought in Nuwan Kulusekara in place Suranga Lakmal while India made three changes in the side with Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Zaheer Khan back in the team in place of Dinesh Karthick, Amit Mishra and Sudeep Tyagi.Man of the Series: Kumar Sangakkara
Highest run-getter: Virat Kohli
Highest wicket-taker: Chanaka Welegedara
Sri Lanka 249/6 (Jayawardene 71*, Sangakkara 55) beat India 245 (Raina 106, Kulasekara 4-48, Welegedara 3-53) by four wickets

Dhaka Tri-series League Matches Points table

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Dhaka Tri-series Match 6: India beat Bangladesh by six wickets

Virat Kohli struck an unbeaten century (102* off 95 balls) - his second - as India cruised to a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the final and inconsequential league match of the Idea Cup at Mirpur. Gautam Gambhir added 41 while fellow opener Dinesh Karthik scored 34 and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni 32. With 2 wins in 2 days, India topped the group table with 13 points from 4 games while Sri Lanka lagged along to the second place with 12 points from 4 games. Earlier, Bangladesh had slumped to 95-5 after being put in to bat by India captain Dhoni. Skipper Shakib-Al-Hasan's 85 off 97 balls and Mahmudullah's unbeaten 64 off 80 lifted Bangladesh to 247-6.
India 249/4 (Kohli 102*, Gambhir 41, Naeem 2-35) beat Bangladesh 247/6 (Shakib 85, Mahmudullah 64*, Nehra 2-58) by 6 wickets

Dhaka Tri-series Match 5: India beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets

India booked a place in the final of the tri-series as they beat Sri Lanka by 8 wickets in a one-sided encounter at the Shere Bangla National Stadium. The Indian batsmen chased down the 214-run target with more than 17 overs to spare after the bowlers had restricted the Lankans to a paltry 213 in the first session. Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir top scored for the Indians with 71 each. The opening pair of Gambhir and Dinesh Karthik took the score past the 50-run mark in just the 7th over of the innings.Earlier, Sri Lanka who won the toss and batted were 84 for 6 at one stage, after which it was a struggle to last 50 overs. Kumar Sangakkara top scored for the Lankans with 68, while Man of the Match Zaheer Khan and Mishra bagged three wickets apiece for India.
India 214/2 (Kohli 71*, Gambhir 71, Karthik 48) beat Sri Lanka 213 (Sangakkara 68, Randiv 56, Zaheer 3-38, Mishra 3-40) by eight wickets

Dhaka Tri-series Match 4: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by nine wickets

Sri Lanka openers Upul Tharanga (118* off 126) and Mahela Jayawardene (108 off 117) both smashed centuries to guide their team to a nine-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the fourth one-day international of the tri-series at the Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium. Sri Lanka cruised to 252-1 in 42.5 overs for its third win in the series after Bangladesh had earlier posted 249-9. With this win, they have secured a place in the final.
Jayawardene hit his 12th one-day ton, while Man-of-the-match Tharanga recorded his eighth ODI hundred.
Sri Lanka 252/1 (Tharanga 114*, Jayawardene 108) beat Bangladesh 249/9 (Shakib 47, Raqibul 43, Perera 2-32, Randiv 2-40)

Bangladesh Cricket Board move series start times

The Bangladesh Cricket Board has brought forward the start of matches in the one-day triangular series with Sri Lanka and India in an effort to reduce the effect of dew on the result of games. All matches played so far have overwhelmingly favoured teams batting second as the dew made it difficult for bowlers of the team fielding second to grip the ball. This came in for severe criticism from the captains of the three teams.
Rest of the matches will begin 30 minutes earlier than the originally scheduled 2.30 pm local-time start.

Dhaka Tri-series Match 3: India beat Bangladesh by six wickets

Captain MS Dhoni made 101 off 107 balls and was involved in a 152-run fourth-wicket stand with Virat Kohli (91 off 102 balls) to lead India to a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the Tri-Series on Thursday. India was reeling at 51 for three when Dhoni came into bat. His seventh one-day century, assisted by Suresh Raina who made an unbeaten 51 off 43 balls, helped India overhaul Bangladesh's total of 296 for six with more than two overs to spare.Earlier, Bangladesh stand-in skipper Shakib Al Hasan won the toss in the afternoon, and surprised everyone by deciding to have a bat on a track that has seen the side chasing win each of the two matches in the tournament so far. Half-centuries from Tamim Iqbal (60 off 42 balls), Imrul Kayes (70 off 100 balls) and Mahmudullah (60* off 45 balls) helped Bangladesh post their highest one-day total against India.
India 297/4 (Dhoni 101*, Kohli 91) beat Bangladesh 296/6 (Kayes 70, Mahmudullah 60*, Tamim 60) by six wickets

Dhaka Tri-series Match 2: Sri Lanka beat India by five wickets

Chanaka Welegedara took five wickets and Thilan Samaraweera (105* from 106) smashed an unbeaten century to help Sri Lanka outclass India by five wickets in the second One-Day International of the Tri-Nation Tournament in Dhaka. All-rounder Thissara Perera took the game away from India as he blazed 36 from just 15 deliveries, hitting six boundaries and a six, and was involved in an unbroken stand of 57 runs in 4.3 overs for the fifth wicket with Samaraweera. For India, Yuvraj Singh hit an 84-ball 74, which included six fours and two successive sixes. He also featured in a 99-run fourth wicket stand with skipper MS Dhoni who made 37.
Sri Lanka 283/5 (Samaraweera 105, Sangakkara 60) beat India 279/9 (Yuvraj 74, Sehwag 47, Welegedara 5-66)

Dhaka Tri-series Match 1: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by seven wickets

Chasing Bangladesh's competitive total of 260 for seven, Tillakaratne Dilshan smashed his sixth one-day century - 104 off 122 balls including 12 boundaries - to put his team on course for victory. His 148 run partnership with captain Kumar Sangakkara (74 off 73 balls) for the second wicket ensured Sri Lanka a 7 wicket victory. For Bangladesh, Mohammad Ashraful made a brilliant 75. Sri Lanka play India in the second match of the tournament on Tuesday.
Sri Lanka 261/3 (Dilshan 104, Sangakkara 74) beat Bangladesh 260/7 (Ashraful 75, Mahmudullah 45) by seven wickets

India ODI's Team Leaves for Bangladesh Tri-series

The Indian team left for Dhaka Saturday morning to participate in the three-nation 'Idea Cup' with Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, starting from Monday. Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led squad will begin its campaign in the tournament on January 5 against Sri Lanka.
Indian Squad for Tri-Series: MS Dhoni (capt/wk), Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Ashish Nehra, Yuvraj Singh, Sudeep Tyagi, Dinesh Karthik, Sreesanth, Ashok Dinda, Amit Mishra. The tri-series will be followed by a two-match Test series against Bangladesh in Chittagong (Jan 17-21) and Dhaka (Jan 24-28).

Bangladesh in West Indies
Cricket Series 2009

Bangladesh plays two test matches, three one-day internationals and one Twenty20 match in West Indies before they embark on their Zimbabwe tour to play five One-day internationals. The tour begins on June 30th, and lasts till August 2nd 2009. Bangladesh vs West Indies 2009: Schedule | 2 Tests | 3 ODIs | 1 T20I

Bangladesh vs West Indies Twenty20 International - 2009 Series

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Bangladesh vs West Indies T20I: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts, 2 August 2009

West Indies earn consolation win (WIN 1:0|1)

The West Indies romped to a five-wicket victory over Bangladesh, finally winning its first match in the series after the visitors had swept the preceding test and one-day series.
Bangladesh who won the toss and elected to bat, were in trouble when three wickets fell in five balls with the score at 12. Captain Shakib-al-Hasan and Naeem Islam revived the visitors in a fourth-wicket stand of 31. Wickets continued to fall including four run-outs.The West Indies' reply got off to a dreadful start as Dale Richards was bowled first ball. Devon Smith smashed three fours and two sixes in his 37, while Travis Dowlin finished unbeaten on 37 as the Caribbean second-string cruised to their first victory.
West Indies 119 for 5 (Smith 37, Dowlin 37*) beat Bangladesh 118 for 9 by five wickets

Bangladesh vs West Indies One Day Internationals - 2009 series

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Bangladesh vs West Indies Third ODI: Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts, 31 July 2009

Bangladesh seals rare WI whitewash (BAN 3:0|3)

Chasing 249 the Tigers survived a tense finish to complete unprecedented one-day whitewash of hosts West Indies after winning the final of the series by three wickets at Warner Park in St. Kitts on Friday. They reached the target with seven balls to spare.
All-rounder Mahmudullah, who earlier took 2-38 to restrict West Indies to 248 all out in 48.5 overs, hit an unbeaten 51 to push Bangladesh to 3-0 series sweep. He won the Man of the match award. Captain Shakib Al Hasan won the Man of the series.
Bangladesh 249/7 (Siddique 55, Mahmudullah 51*, Roach 4-63) beat West Indies 248 (Fletcher 52, Mahmudullah 2-38, Mahbubul 2-42) by three wickets

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Bangladesh vs West Indies Second ODI: Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica, 28 July 2009

Bangladesh wins series against Windies (BAN 2:0|3)

Bangladesh won its first one-day cricket series against a current test nation when it defeated West Indies by three wickets. After beating West Indies in a one-dayer for the first time two days ago, Bangladesh chased down the home side's 274/6 in 50 overs, by reaching 276/7 with an over to spare.
Captain Shakib-al-Hasan scored 65 off 61 balls and Mohammad Ashraful hit 64 off 77 deliveries.
Bangladesh 276/7 (Shakib 65, Ashraful 64) beat West Indies 274/5 (Dowlin 100*, Smith 44) by three wickets

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Bangladesh vs West Indies First ODI: Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica, 26 July 2009

Bangladesh beats Windies in ODI for 1st time (BAN 1:0|3)

Bangladesh beat West Indies for the first time in a one-day international, winning by 52 runs Sunday after left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak took 4-39 to help dismiss West Indies for 194 in 43.4 overs at Windsor Park.Earlier, Bangladesh made 246 for nine. Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan continued his good form with a half-century (54 from 60 balls) to build on Mohammad Ashraful's 57 from 95 balls. Kemar Roach took 5-44 for West Indies.
The second match in the three-match series is at the same venue on Tuesday.
Bangladesh 246/9 (Ashraful 57, Shakib 54, Roach 5-44) beat West Indies 194 (Smith 65, Razzak 4-39) by 52 runs

Bangladesh vs West Indies Test matches 2009

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Bangladesh vs West Indies Second Test: National Cricket Stadium, St George's, Grenada, July 17-July 21 2009

Grenada Test, Day Four - Al Hasan leads Tigers to first away test series win (BAN 2:0|2)

Bangladesh claimed their first overseas test series win with a four-wicket win over a weakened West Indies in Grenada.
Acting captain for the test, left-arm spinner Al Hasan, ended with figures of five for 70 as Bangladesh bowled out West Indies for 209 in the morning session. It was the first time Bangladesh had bowled out the opposition for less than 250 in both innings.
Chasing a target of 215 to win, Al Hasan and Raqibul Hasan (65) put on 106 for the fifth wicket to take the tourists close to the target. Sammy took five for 55, but the Tigers comfortably secured their third test win as Al Hasan smashed Roach for a six to finish on 96 not out, and take his team to 217-6 in 54.4 overs.
Bangladesh 232 and 217/6 (Shakib 96, Sammy 5-55) beat West Indies 237 and 209 (Bernard 69, Shakib 5-70) by four wickets

Grenada Test, Day Three - Bernard's 61 boosts Windies

David Bernard hit an unbeaten 61 as West Indies limped to 192/8 on the rain-affected third day of the second Test against Bangladesh. The hosts started the day on 56 for one but lost wickets too easily against the Bangladesh spinners. Shakib with four for 61 from 22 overs had the best figures of the day.
West Indies 237 and 192/8 (Bernard 61*, Shakib 4-61) lead Bangladesh 232 by 197 runs

Grenada Test, Day Two - West Indies stifle the Tigers

West Indies were 56 for one, a lead of 61 at stumps on the second day of the second and final Test against Bangladesh. Bangladesh, 35-1 overnight in reply to West Indies' first innings of 237, fell five runs short, after a superb exhibition of pace bowling by 21-year-old Kemar Roach, who grabbed six for 48.
West Indies 237 and 56/1 lead Bangladesh 232 (Rahim 48, Raqibul 44, Roach 6-48) by 61 runs

Grenada Test, Day One - Bangladesh spinners dominate

Guyanan veteran Travis Dowlin fell five runs short of a maiden Test century as Bangladesh's spinners dominated day one of the second Test in an almost empty stadium in Grenada.
The three Bangladesh spinners led by Mahmudullah (3-44) collected three wickets each as the hosts were dismissed for 237. Bangladesh, who won the first Test in St Vincent, lost opener Imrul Kayes, caught behind off Sammy, as they moved to 35 for one in the ten over session before the close.
Bangladesh 35/1 trail West Indies 237 (Dowlin 95, Richards 69) by 202 runs

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Bangladesh vs West Indies First Test: Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown, St Vincent, July 9-July 13 2009

Bangladesh win historic away Test (BAN 1:0|2)

Debutant off-spinner Mahmudullah Riyad finished with a fantastic haul of 5-51 as Bangladesh won the first Test against West Indies on the fifth and final day by 95 runs after dismissing the home side for 181 in 70.1 overs at Kingstown.
Set 277 to win, the home side crumbled to 181 all out, with only David Bernard (52 not out) providing any resistance. In the morning session, Bangladesh lost their last five wickets for 23 runs to finish on 345 with Darren Sammy claiming 5-70. It was the Tiger's second Test win in their 60-Tests, and the maiden victory on foreign soil. Their first success in the Test version was on January 10 2005 when they beat Zimbabwe by 226 runs in Chittagong. They became a full test-playing nation only nine years ago.
West Indies 307 and 181 (Bernard 52, Mahmudullah 5-51) lost to Bangladesh 238 and 345 (Tamim 128, Siddique 78, Sammy 5-70)

Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2009

Bangladesh Cricket Team will tour Caribbean in early part of July to play two test match series, three ODI’s and one T20I.
Bangladesh tour will begin from 3rd of July with the three day tour game. First match of the two match test series will begin from 9th of July at St. Vincent Stadium. Second Test match will be played at Grenada from 17th to 21st of July. After the two match test series Bangladesh will play three ODI’s on 26th, 28th, and 31st of July and their tour will conclude with a Twenty20 International to be played on the 2nd of August at St Kitts. Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2009
Schedule Match Venue
Fri Jul 3 - Sun Jul 5
10:00 local | 14:00 GMT
West Indies A v Bangladesh Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
Thu Jul 9 - Mon Jul 13
10:00 local | 14:00 GMT
1st Test, West Indies v Bangladesh Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown, St Vincent
Fri Jul 17 - Tue Jul 21
10:00 local | 14:00 GMT
2nd Test, West Indies v Bangladesh National Cricket Stadium, St George's, Grenada
Fri Jul 24
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
West Indies Vice Chancellor's XI v Bangladesh Benjamin's Park, Portsmouth, Dominica
Sun Jul 26
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
1st ODI, West Indies v Bangladesh Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica
Tue Jul 28
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
2nd ODI, West Indies v Bangladesh Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica
Fri Jul 31
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
3rd ODI, West Indies v Bangladesh Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts
Sun Aug 2
14:00 local | 18:00 GMT
Only T20I, West Indies v Bangladesh Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts

Bangladesh in World Twenty20, 2009

ICC World Twenty20 2009 Group A

Bangladesh crashes out of the World Twenty20

Ireland Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team Ireland beat Bangladesh just like they did in the 2007 World Cup in West Indies, and moved into the second stage of the World Twenty20 at the expense of Bangladesh. Bangladesh started with a bang, hitting 30 of their first 39 runs in boundaries, but lost wickets at regular intervals to end their innings with a modest 137/8.
In reply, Ireland reached 138 for four with 10 balls remaining following an aggressive exhibition of hitting from Kevin O'Brien. His unbeaten 39 from 17 deliveries included four fours and two sixes.
Ireland will now join India in the Super 8's from Group A.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Match 7: BAN vs IRE, Group A, June 8: Ireland 138 for 4 (Niall O'Brien 40, Kevin O'Brien 39*) beat Bangladesh 137 for 8 (Mortaza 33*, Johnston 3-20) by six wickets

Bangladesh falters despite hardwork at Trent Bridge

India Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team India Cricket Live India overcame a hardworking Bangladesh line-up in a Group A encounter at Nottingham, riding on Yuvraj's quickfire 41 off 18 balls, and Man-of-the-match Ojah's 4 wickets in 4 overs.
India were dawdling along in the middle overs as Dhoni and Gambhir struggled to find boundaries. Yuvraj hit 4 sixes and 3 fours to take India from 112 to 157 in under 4 overs.
This was the first Twenty20 meeting between India and Bangladesh.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Group A, Match 4: IND vs BAN, June 6: India 180 for 5 (Gambhir 50, Yuvraj 41) beat Bangladesh 155 for 8 (Siddique 41, Ojha 4-21) by 25 runs

Pakistan in Bangladesh Cricket Series 2009

Pakistan tour of Bangladesh postponed

Pakistan's forthcoming tour of Bangladesh has been postponed due to security concerns.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board says the tour has been postponed on the advice of the government, although they have refused to say whether the decision was connected to the Lahore attack on the Sri Lanka cricket team or to the recent violence in Bangladesh.
The Pakistan team was scheduled to arrive in Bangladesh on Saturday for two Twenty20 matches and five one-day internationals. Pakistan and Bangladesh are co-hosts, along with India, for the 2011 World Cup.
In February, a mutiny by Bangladesh Rifles border guards over pay and command structure resulted in widespread violence that killed at least 80 people that included more than 50 officers.

Zimbabwe in Bangladesh Cricket Series 2008-09

BAN v ZIM, 3rd ODI, Mirpur: Bangladesh wins one-day cricket series (BAN 2:1)

Bangladesh comfortably beat Zimbabwe by six wickets Friday to clinch their three-game limited-over cricket series 2-1.
In a match reduced to 37 overs per side after morning fog, Zimbabwe was sent in and recorded 119-9, with Bangladesh reaching 121-4 with more than four overs to spare.
Bangladesh was steered to victory by all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (33 not out) and Mushfiqur Rahim ( 20 not out). Hasan was named player of the series, with Mashrafe bin Mortaza taking man of the match honours after destroying Zimbabwe's top order and helping reduce the visitors to 69-5. Mortaza (3-26) struck early, trapping Visu Sibanda (0) lbw with the fifth ball of the match.
He then dismissed Hamilton Masakadza (10) and Stuart Matsikenyeri (10) to put Bangladesh firmly in control. Masakadza tried to play a short ball but failed to adjust and the ball took the shoulder of the bat, presenting a catch to Mehrab Hossain at second slip. Matsikenyeri was clean bowled.
Hasan (3-15), who has been ranked as the top one-day all-rounder by the International Cricket Council, bowled Elton Chigumbura (7) then removed Ray Price (7) and had Ed Rainsford (1) stumped by wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim. Sean Williams was the best of Zimbabwe's batsmen with 38.
In reply, Bangladesh lost Mehrab Hossain and captain Mohammad Ashraful cheaply, but a 34 from Tamim Iqbal provided the basis of the run chase. The hosts slipped to 89-4 but Zimbabwe could not get further breakthroughs to expose Bangladeh's tail, as Hasan and Rahim guided the home team to victory.
BAN v ZIM, 3rd ODI, Mirpur: Bangladesh 121-4 (32.3 overs) beat Zimbabwe 119-9 (37.0 overs) by 6 wickets

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.