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Bangladesh in England 2010

Bangladesh summon reserves as injuries bite

Jul 9, 2010: Bangladesh have called up batsman Mohammad Ashraful, allrounder Naeem Islam and wicketkeeper Saghir Hossain to their squad in England

Andrew Miller at Trent Bridge

England v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Trent Bridge

Ian Bell feels at home again

Jul 8, 2010:

Andrew Miller at Trent Bridge

England v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Trent Bridge

Bell and Strauss flatten Bangladesh

Jul 8, 2010: Andrew Strauss played the hare and Ian Bell the tortoise, as England returned to winning ways by making light work of a decent but ultimately unchallenging target of 251 in the first ODI against Bangladesh at Trent Bridge

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller at Trent Bridge

Bangladesh in England 2010

Strauss confident 'world-class' Bell can deliver

Jul 7, 2010: Andrew Strauss believes 'world class' Ian Bell has what it takes to replace the resting Kevin Pietersen at No. 3 for England in their one-day series against Bangladesh that starts July 8

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Trent Bridge

Broad set to play despite stepmother's death

Jul 7, 2010: Stuart Broad is set to play in the opening ODI against Bangladesh despite the death of his stepmother, Miche, following her battle with motor neurone disease

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Trent Bridge

Tamim the main threat to England

Jul 7, 2010: England begin their three-match series against Bangladesh at Trent Bridge aiming to stamp their authority after a disappointing finish against Australia

The Preview by Andrew McGlashan

1st ODI

England v Bangladesh, 2010

Jul 1, 2010: Wisden's report of England v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, 2010

Julian Guyer
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