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Maharashtra Under-22s v Bangladesh A, Nasik, Sep 27-29

Bangladesh A draw tour opener

Sep 29, 2009: Bangladesh A's three-day tour opener against the Maharashtra Cricket Association Under-22s ended in a draw in Nasik

ESPNcricinfo staff

National Cricket League, 6th round review

Barisal crush Rajshahi to take top spot

Nov 27, 2008: A round-up of the sixth round of matches of the National Cricket League in Bangladesh

Rabeed Imam

National Cricket League, 1st round wrap

Tailenders help Dhaka snatch draw

Oct 25, 2007: The National Cricket League, Bangladesh's premier domestic competition, got underway with the defending champions in the four-day event, Dhaka, holding onto a draw against Khulna at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur

Rabeed Imam

Cricinfo XI

Horror starts

Jun 20, 2007: Batsmen who have been out to the first ball of a Test

Martin Williamson

Bangladesh v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Chittagong

Sarkar dropped for Chittagong Test

Oct 22, 2004: Enamul Haque jr and Aftab Ahmed in squad for second test

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Bangladesh v New Zealand, 1st Test, Dhaka

Kapali recalled for New Zealand series

Oct 16, 2004: Alok Kapali and Hannan Sarkar recalled for first test

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Bangladesh squad for Asia Cup

Javed Omar replaces Hannan Sarkar

Jun 15, 2004: Javed Omar has been recalled into the Bangladesh one-day side for the Asia Cup, which begins in July in Sri Lanka

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Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 5th ODI, Harare

Zimbabwe edge the series - but Mahmud almost the unlikely hero

Mar 14, 2004: A captain's innings from Heath Streak - and the nervousness which comes with not being used to winning from Bangladesh - enabled Zimbabwe to scrape to a three-wicket victory which had seemed highly unlikely when they slumped to 124 for 6 chasing 183

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Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A

Selectors name strong A team

Mar 9, 2004: Bangladesh's selectors have included eight of the team currently touring Zimbabwe in a 25-strong Bangladesh A squad for two four-day matches and five one-day games against the Zimbabwe A team, who arrive in Dhaka on March 10 for their nmonth-long

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Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

Clarke gives England the edge after another collapse

Oct 30, 2003: England ended the second day with the edge over Bangladesh, but not after another alarming collapse and a serious injury to Marcus Trescothick

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 4th day

Holding out for a hero

Oct 24, 2003: If Nasser Hussain was still captain, he would spend this evening's press conference bemoaning his bowlers' lack of "mystery"

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 4th day

Bangladesh frustrate England to set up intriguing final day

Oct 24, 2003: Bangladesh proved yesterday's resistance was no fluke with a determined display of batting to finish on 245 for 6, with a lead of 153

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 1st day

No wet lettuces

Oct 21, 2003: If it's an opening ceremony and England are involved, you can be pretty sure that a soggy affair is in the offing

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 1st day

Harmison strikes twice in rain-affected day

Oct 21, 2003: Steve Harmison made an early breakthrough for England with the wickets of Javed Omar and Habibul Bashar before bad light stopped play

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Pakistan clinch series 3-0 with big win at Lahore

Sep 15, 2003: Bangladesh never quite got themselves in a position to mount a serious attack on a target of 258, let alone the revised 244 from 44 overs

The Wisden Bulletin by Wisden CricInfo staff

More than just a dead rubber

Sep 2, 2003: Strange as it may sound, both Bangladesh and Pakistan have reason to look forward to the third Test at Multan, which starts on Wednesday (Sept 3)

Wisden CricInfo staff

Bangladesh's batsmen fritter away starts to finish on 278 for 9

Aug 20, 2003: Bangladesh rode on a run-a-ball 71 from Habibul Bashar, and useful contributions from most of the top order, to reach 278 for 9 at the end of the first day's play at the National Stadium in Karachi

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Ponting keen to atone for Windies slip-ups

Aug 1, 2003: Concerned at the manner in which Australia lost the last three one-day internationals in the West Indies, Ricky Ponting has indicated that he won't take anything for granted in the three-match ODI series against Bangladesh

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All in half a session's work for Australia at Cairns

Jul 28, 2003: Four wickets in 14 balls doomed Bangladesh to their 20th Test defeat in 21 matches when Australia grabbed victory by an innings and 98 runs at Cairns this morning to complete a 2-0 sweep of the series

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

All's fair for Love and Waugh as Bangladesh struggle

Jul 27, 2003: Steve Waugh: the first man to score 150 against all Test opposition All three Australian batsmen who took guard at Cairns' Bundaberg Rum Stadium today walked off with milestones that became millstones around Bangladesh's neck as the

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell
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