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Fifth One-Day International

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

Fourth One-Day International

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

Third One-Day International

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

Second One-Day International

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

First One-Day International

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

Second Test

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

Series Review

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Apr 4, 2006: This was a title decider of a different kind, the world championship of wooden spoons. But it was never dull. Though these were obviously Test cricket's two weakest nations, the cricket was intense, competitive and sometimes riveting. For Bangladesh, the

Utpal Shuvro

First Test

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Utpal Shuvro

ICC executive meeting, Delhi

ICC consider revised Test programme

Feb 10, 2005: Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, Test cricket's two weakest nations, could be limited to home appearances only across a six-year cycle, as the ICC considers adopting a two-tier system to combat the twin problems of fixture overload and uncompetitive matches

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Coach defends his corner

Simmons hits back at critics

Feb 7, 2005: Phil Simmons, Zimbabwe's coach, dismissed criticism aimed at him following the 3-2 one-day series defeat by Bangladesh and said that the loss was a result of complacency on the part of the players and the technical team

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The winning feeling

Bangladesh players rewarded with bonuses

Feb 3, 2005: In the wake of Bangladesh's victories in Test and one-day series against Zimbabwe at home, the Bangladesh Cricket Board has honoured the players with huge cash rewards

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Selectors pass the buck

Simmons blamed for Zimbabwe's defeats

Feb 1, 2005: Zimbabwe's selectors have found a new scapegoat for their Test and one-day series defeats in Bangladesh - Phil Simmons, their recently appointed coach

Steven Price

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 5th ODI, Dhaka

Aftab leads Bangladesh to series victory

Jan 31, 2005: Bangladesh clinched their first one-day series, thrashing Zimbabwe by eight wickets at the Bangabandhu Stadium in Dhaka

The Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 4th ODI, Dhaka

Bangladesh square the series

Jan 29, 2005: In a dramatic turnaround Bangladesh snaffled ten wickets for just 86 runs as Zimbabwe slipped to 189 all out at Dhaka to lose the fourth one-day international by 58 runs

Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

The Friday column

Pakistan's opening conundrum, and Zim's super keepers

Jan 28, 2005: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 4th ODI, Dhaka

Mohammad Rafique back for deciding ODIs

Jan 27, 2005: The experienced left-arm spinner Mohammad Rafique has been restored to the Bangladesh side for the final two one-day internationals against Zimbabwe

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Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 3rd ODI, Chittagong

Victory puts Bangladesh back in the series

Jan 26, 2005: The left-arm spinner Manjural Islam Rana bowled a dream spell, finishing with a career-best 4 for 34, as Bangladesh kept their five-match one-day series alive with a win in the third game at Chittagong

The Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI, Chittagong

Zimbabwe make it 2-0

Jan 24, 2005: Zimbabwe took a 2-0 lead in their five-match one-day series against Bangladesh

Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

The Friday Column

Workhorse turns striker, and Bangladesh's day

Jan 21, 2005: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 1st ODI, Dhaka

Hondo treble sets up Zimbabwe's victory

Jan 20, 2005: A triple strike from Douglas Hondo set Bangladesh reeling as Zimbabwe posted an unexpected win in the opening match of the one-day series at Dhaka

The Bulletin by Rabeed Imam
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Tour Results
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka - Jan 31, 2005
Bangladesh won by 8 wickets (with 102 balls remaining)
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka - Jan 29, 2005
Bangladesh won by 58 runs
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong - Jan 26, 2005
Bangladesh won by 40 runs
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong - Jan 24, 2005
Zimbabwe won by 31 runs
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka - Jan 20, 2005
Zimbabwe won by 22 runs
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