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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is looking forward to signing Courtney Walsh from West Indies or Allan Donald from South Africa, or Venkatesh Prasad from India as a bowling coach for the national side. BCB has been in the hunt for a new bowling coach ever since the exit of Heath Streak, the former Zimbabwe cricketer.
Bangladesh will host their first ODI series against Afghanistan in late September in preparation for the arrival of the England team.
Former England batsman Mal Loye expects the current team’s tour of Bangladesh to go ahead despite security concerns.
The matches will be the first ODIs hosted by Bangladesh since last year when they won series against Pakistan, India, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Bangladesh are hopeful the 27-year-old will be fit before England arrive to tour the country for a series comprising three ODIs and two tests, starting on Oct. 7.
Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal has injured his left hand while taking part in a fielding drill which was a part of a team practice session in Mirpur on Saturday.
Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal fractured a finger during training and will be out for up to a month.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has confirmed that it will be hosting Afghanistan for a three-match One-Day International series next month.
; Bangladesh will host their first One-Day International series against Afghanistan in late September in preparation for the arrival of the England team, according to the president of their cricket board. Nazmul Hassan said that the Afghan team, who are based in India, had agreed to play three ODIs at Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on […]
The concern over the England tour to Bangladesh strengthens as it has been revealed in a report by Daily Mail, that the Australian team was targetted by the ISIS group last year. Thus, the England Cricket Board (ECB) might rethink their decision to tour Bangladesh. The news came in just a few days after ECB confirmed their visit […] The post News on ISIS plans for Australian team might hurt BCB appeared first on CricTracker.
Board is hopeful that the 27-year-old will be fit before England arrive to tour The post Bangladesh’s Tamim out for a month with fractured finger appeared first on The Express Tribune.
Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal fractured a finger during training on Saturday and will be out for up to a month, the country's cricket board has said. The left-hander suffered the injury to the little finger of his left hand and will likely have to sit out the team's three-match one-day international series against Afghanistan at home starting on Sept. 25.
Mal Loye was appointed high performance head coach by BCB in May 2015, but resigned due to security concerns The post Former England batsman says terror fears saw him quit coaching role in Bangladesh appeared first on The Express Tribune.
Former England batsman Mal Loye expects the current team’s tour of Bangladesh to go ahead despite security concerns even though he quit a coaching position in the country because of terrorism fears.
ICC chief David Richardson says he is pleased that the England tour to Bangladesh is going ahead, adding that the ICC are confident that the security assessment was done to the highest standard.
Bangladesh and Afghanistan will play their first-ever bilateral ODI series in September, the Afghanistan Cricket Board and BCB confirmed on Sunday
Allrounder Salma Khatun will miss Bangladesh Women’s tour of Ireland next month, where they will play two ODIs and two T20s
Gulshan café attack ‘mastermind’ Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury and two other suspected militants have been killed during a gunfight at a militant hideout in Narayanganj, police say. Police had named the Canadian-Bangladeshi, who led the ‘Neo JMB’, as the one who orchestrated the Jul 1 attack on the…
Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal’s participation in the upcoming series against England has come under doubts after the left-hander sustained a fracture on his ring finger of his left hand. He picked up the injury while fielding at team practice in Mirpur on Saturday. He was taken for an X-ray on Sunday which confirmed the nature of the […] The post Tamim Iqbal fractures his left hand during practice session appeared first on CricTracker.
The two teams are locked 1-1 in head-to-head encounters in ODIs
Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal sustained a fracture on the ring finger of his left hand while fielding at team practice in Mirpur on Saturday
In a news which may hamper Bangladesh’s bid to convince visiting nations of its security, it has been revealed in a report by Daily Mail, that Australia’s cricket team were allegedly targeted by ISIS terrorists during a planned trip to Bangladesh. Australia, who had a tour of Bangladesh scheduled in the month of October in 2015, […] The post ISIS planned attacks on Australian Cricket team appeared first on CricTracker.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board and the Afghanistan Cricket Board are in discussions to hold a bilateral One-Day International series next month.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) after sending their panel for assessing the security arrangements in Bangladesh ahead of England’s tour received a positive report and thus have given a green signal to the tour. ICC Chief Executive David Richardson today issued a statement after the ECB announced that it will go ahead with […] The post ICC Chief Executive David Richardson backs England’s decision to tour Bangladesh appeared first on CricTracker.
England’s cricketers face some tough decisions before touring Bangladesh after details emerged of Australian players being directly targeted by terrorists last year. *The Daily Mail reported the Australian Government received intelligence before their team’s proposed trip last October of a plot…
The Afghanistan and Bangladesh cricket boards are in talks regarding the possibility of the two nations contesting their first ever bilateral series in Dhaka next month.
Bangladesh opener sustained the injury during a training session in Mirpur and will hope to be fit for the upcoming home series against England in October
England are set for three one-day internationals and two Test matches in Bangladesh this autumn after Reg Dickason, Director of Security Management for ECB, returned with his assessment from a recent recce and the Board of the ECB gave its backing for the tour to go ahead as planned. Andrew Strauss, now England Director of Cricket, was part of the England team which returned to play in India after the 2008 Mumbai bombings and said that the safety of players, staff and management is always paramount, wherever they travel. “My experience after the Mumbai bombings was that players have to be assured that the tour is safe and that their security is being properly looked after
England seamers James Anderson and Stuart Broad will not play for their respective counties for the remainder of the domestic season. Lancashire right-armer Anderson requires ongoing rehabilitation of his right shoulder and Broad, who last played in the NatWest T20 Finals Day for Nottinghamshire last week,, is recovering from an ankle problem. Both players have managed their injuries through the summer and a break from cricket is needed to best prepare the Test opening bowling pair for England’s winter campaign that begins this October in Bangladesh
International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson has welcomed England’s decision to go ahead with their tour of Bangladesh.
International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson has welcomed England’s decision to go ahead with their tour of Bangladesh, saying it was important to have the global game “played safely” in as many countries as possible. Richardson, in a statement issued from the world governing body’s Dubai headquarters on Saturday, added that following England’s decision…
"It is important to the global game of cricket that it can be played safely in as many countries as possible," said Richardson.