Bangladesh

Toss: Afghanistan chose to bat v Bangladesh Mehedi Hasan Miraz is overjoyed after dismissing Kusal Mendis AFP Asghar Stanikzai, the Afghanistan captain, has decided to bat first in the final T20I against Bangladesh. With the match being played on the same pitch that hosted the previous game, his spinners should get plenty of assistance in the
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Bangladesh women 62 for 1 (Rahman 25*, Nigar Sultana 25*) beat Thailand women 60 for 8 (Khatun 2-6, Akter 2-10) by nine wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Nahida Akter celebrates after taking a wicket ICC/Getty Images One day after picking up their first win over India in women’s international cricket, Bangladesh demolished Thailand by nine wickets to
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Big picture With the series decided on Tuesday evening, Afghanistan can bask in the glory of overpowering another Test-playing nation. Having won matches against West Indies and a number of ODI and T20 series against Zimbabwe, beating Bangladesh should rank as an important step in their progress in international cricket. But it should not cloud
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Former England wicketkeeper Steve Rhodes is set to become the Bangladesh head coach for all three formats later this week. His appointment will end the BCB’s search for a new coach that has lasted eight months following Chandika Hathurusingha’s resignation last October. ESPNcricinfo has learned that since the other candidates have not been called up
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Big Picture The ease with which Afghanistan won the series opener on Sunday should set some alarm bells ringing in the Bangladesh camp. Just like that, it’s back to a do-or-die situation as the teams prepare for the second T20I on Tuesday. Bangladesh’s fast bowlers seemed out of their depth, and were somewhat carried along
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Bangladesh women 96 for 3 (Shamina 31, Nigar 31*, Fahima 23*) beat Pakistan women 95 for 5 (Mir 21*, Javeria 18, Nahida 2-23) by seven wickets Scorecard Rumana Ahmed: “The self-belief can develop only when we play against international sides, understand what they’re doing right, what we’re doing wrong, and rectify those mistakes” Annesha Ghosh /
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