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Bangladesh beat Australia

Oct 11, 2009: With a shot for six over midwicket, the most improbable scoreline in cricket comes to pass

Andrew Miller

Sophia Gardens plans expansion

Cardiff steps up its Test ambitions

Mar 9, 2006: Cardiff's city councillors are backing ambitious £7 million plans to bring Test cricket to Glamorgan's home ground in Sophia Gardens, after a series of "very positive" discussions with club officials

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The NatWest Series 2005

Australia v Bangladesh, Cardiff

Jan 1, 2006: Australia v Bangladesh, Cardiff, NatWest Series 2005

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'My blood was beginning to boil'

Ponting fury at Symonds's drinking

Oct 22, 2005: In the latest of a spate of books published in the wake of the Ashes, Ricky Ponting has written of his fury at Andrew Symonds' behaviour during the tour of England

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Tom Moody

'It's not as if we have to hunt from top to toe'

Jun 29, 2005: Tom Moody, Sri Lanka's latest Australian coach, has arrived in Colombo and started preparing for the future

Charlie Austin

Mohammad Ashraful

'I needed to prove something to myself'

Jun 21, 2005: Mohammad Ashraful relived his scintillating century against Australia at Cardiff but emphatically stated that this was 'just the beginning'

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

Earning the world's respect

Jun 19, 2005: Rabeed Imam basks in the afterglow of Bangladesh's historic triumph over Australia in the NatWest Series

Rabeed Imam

Slaying Goliath

Ten biggest one-day upsets

Jun 18, 2005: Bangladesh's stunning defeat of Australia will probably go down as the biggest one-day upset of all time. Here we pick the top ten

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

The toppling of the greatest giant of all

Jun 18, 2005: "The bigger they come the harder they fall" is a cliché that has been doing the rounds since the days of a certain shepherd-boy and his slingshot, but never in the history of international cricket has there been a greater giant-slaying act than the one ju

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

Whatmore - 'I am smiling'

Jun 18, 2005: Dav Whatmore spoke of his delight after Bangladesh pulled off a fantastic victory against Australia

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Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

Australia slump against Bangladesh

Jun 18, 2005: Australia's nightmare week continued as they slumped to an embarrassing five-wicket defeat against Bangladesh

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

'I am the happiest man in the world' - Bashar

Jun 18, 2005:

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Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

'It's not a great start for us' - Ponting

Jun 18, 2005: Australia kept a tight rein on Bangladesh's top order and each time a partnership was threatening to develop snapped up a wicket.

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Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

Symonds suspended for two games

Jun 18, 2005: Andrew Symonds has been suspended for two matches, and fined his fee for the same, after he was found to have breached team rules by drinking and staying out late on the eve of the game against Bangladesh

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Australia v Bangladesh, NatWest Series, Cardiff

Ashraful hundred launches Bangladesh to famous win

Jun 18, 2005: Bangladesh pulled of one of the biggest upsets in cricket history as they beat Australia by five wickets, in an extraordinary match at Cardiff

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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Tour Results
Australia v Bangladesh at Canterbury - Jun 30, 2005
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
England v Bangladesh at Leeds - Jun 26, 2005
England won by 5 wickets (with 67 balls remaining)
Australia v Bangladesh at Manchester - Jun 25, 2005
Australia won by 10 wickets (with 186 balls remaining)
England v Bangladesh at Nottingham - Jun 21, 2005
England won by 168 runs
Australia v Bangladesh at Cardiff - Jun 18, 2005
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
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