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Bangladesh tour of England, 2010

Realistic Siddons prepares for English challenge

May 12, 2010: Bangladesh's coach, Jamie Siddons, is determined to keep the expectations on his young team to an absolute minimum, as they build towards a daunting Test series in England's unfamiliar early-season conditions

ESPNcricinfo staff

Surrey XI v Bangladeshis, The Oval, 3rd day

Afzaal lights up dour draw

May 10, 2010: The opening game of the Bangladeshi tour of England petered out into a chilly and predictable draw in SE11 where helicopter traffic over No10 Downing Street captured the attention as much as the cricket

Mark Pennell at The Oval

Surrey XI v Bangladeshis, The Oval, 2nd day

Jahurul and Ashraful find form for Bangladesh

May 10, 2010: When it comes to their respective heights, about a foot or so separates Bangladeshi batsmen Mohammad Ashraful and Jahurul Islam, yet in terms of Test experience the two stylish right-handers remain poles apart

Mark Pennell

Surrey XI v Bangladeshis, The Oval, 1st day

Spriegel and Meaker revive Surrey

May 9, 2010: There were reasons for cheer in both camps at The Oval where a youthful Surrey development side recovered from a poor start to offer Bangladesh a good work-out on a chilly first day of their tour of England

Mark Pennell

Tour match, Surrey v Bangladeshis

England v Bangladesh, 2010

May 1, 2010: Wisden's report of Surrey v Bangladeshis, Tour match, 2010

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Netherlands won by 6 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
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Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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England won by 144 runs
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