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Second Test Match

Bangladesh v India, 2007

Apr 19, 2008: Wisden's match report for the second Test between Bangladesh and India, 2007

Utpal Shuvro

First Test Match

Bangladesh v India, 2007

Apr 19, 2008: Wisden's match report for the first Test between Bangladesh and India, 2007

Utpal Shuvro

Third One-Day International

Bangladesh v India, 2007

Apr 19, 2008: Wisden's match report for the third ODI between Bangladesh and India, 2007

Utpal Shuvro

Second One-Day International

Bangladesh v India, 2007

Apr 19, 2008: Wisden's match report for the second ODI between Bangladesh and India, 2007

Utpal Shuvro

First One-Day International

Bangladesh v India, 2007

Apr 19, 2008: Wisden's match report for the first ODI between Bangladesh and India, 2007

Utpal Shuvro

Series review

Bangladesh v India, 2007

Apr 19, 2008: A series review of Bangladesh v India, 2007

Utpal Shuvro

Chairman of selectors optimistic about India's chances in England

Fitness of fast bowlers a serious concern - Vengsarkar

May 28, 2007: Dilip Vengsarkar put the onus of keeping the players fit on John Gloster, the team's physio, and Greg King, the trainer

SS Ramaswamy

India in Bangladesh, 2007

Not the kind of domination India expected

May 28, 2007: Occasional brilliance has failed to mask that Bangladesh have a long way to go before they can consistently challenge bigger teams in Tests, like they have started to in the one-dayers

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka

Miles to go despite World Cup success

Bangladesh at the crossroads

May 27, 2007: Bangladesh's next steps will be of great importance as they replace their coach and embark on a new path forward

Utpal Shuvro

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 3rd day

Ashraful's blitz, and Zaheer's rise

May 27, 2007: Stats highlights from India's thumping three-day win in the second Test against Bangladesh

S Rajesh

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 3rd day

Bashar gives up one-day captaincy

May 27, 2007: Habibul Bashar, the Bangladesh captain, has announced that he will step down as skipper of the one-day team with immediate effect.

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 3rd day

'The past is behind us' - Dravid

May 27, 2007: Rahul Dravid took the Indian series win against Bangladesh in perspective and refused to get too excited about the result

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 3rd day

Shastri rules out extending term as cricket manager

May 27, 2007: Ravi Shastri, India's cricket manager, made it clear that there was no way he would be continuing with the job as he had other professional commitments

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka

A spark of hope

May 27, 2007: Ashraful was determined, maybe even angry. He took it all out on what it was meant to be directed against in the first place: the ball

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 3rd day

Zaheer bowls India to thumping win

May 26, 2007: Zaheer Khan spearheaded India's bowling effort as they stormed to an innings-and-239-run win in the second Test in Dhaka

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 2nd day

Karthik promises consistency

May 26, 2007: Dinesh Karthik promises consistency with the bat after his fine century against Bangladesh

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 2nd day

Whither Tendulkar?

May 26, 2007: Sachin Tendulkar notched up a 37th Test hundred today but it wasn't the Tendulkar the world knows

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka and S Rajesh

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka

No first-day dismissals

May 26, 2007: It was also the first time India hadn't lost a wicket on the first day - on a complete day's play - of a Test

S Rajesh

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 2nd day

Zaheer adds to Bangladesh woes

May 26, 2007: A torrent of runs took India to a mammoth 610 for 3 declared before Zaheer Khan sprung life out of a lifeless surface and helped reduce Bangladesh to 58 for 5 at the close of a bat-dominated day two in Dhaka

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Dhaka

Whatmore regrets fielding first

May 25, 2007: Dav Whatmore, Bangladesh coach, rues his side's decision to bowl first

Sidharth Monga in Dhaka
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Tour Results
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - May 25-27, 2007
India won by an innings and 239 runs
Bangladesh v India at Chittagong - May 18-22, 2007
Match drawn
Bangladesh v India at Chittagong - May 15, 2007
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - May 12, 2007
India won by 46 runs
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - May 10, 2007
India won by 5 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
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